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Sandusky City Schools Marketing Department Receives National Awards

The Sandusky City Schools Marketing and Communications Department received two national awards from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) for district programs, materials, and multiple forms of communications. NSPRA’s 2021 National School Communication Award winners were announced on June 29, 2021. Sandusky City Schools received the award of ‘Excellence’, the highest award possible in Marketing Publications. 

Publications and Digital Media Excellence Awards are for outstanding work in educational communications, including print and digital publications, video, audio, websites, social media, and more.

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Sandusky Hires Former Graduate as Chief Academic Officer

The Board of Education for the Sandusky City Schools approved a two-year contract today for a Blue Streak to serve as the next Chief Academic Officer. Mrs. Tracy Simmons Reed is a 1984 graduate of Sandusky High School and has served in multiple roles in public school administration. She is a former teacher in Cleveland and served as an Assistant Principal and Principal in Maple Heights City Schools. She has also served as the Chief Academic Officer for the Benton Harbor City Schools in Benton Harbor, Michigan as well as the Chief Academic Officer for the Fort Wayne City Schools in Indiana. CEO and Superintendent, Dr. Eugene T. W. Sanders, noted, “We are so very excited to welcome Mrs. Reed back home and based on her extensive experience, I am confident she will be able to hit the ground running and implement our robust and well aligned academic priorities.”

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Summer Food Program - June 7 - August 13, 2021

The Summer Food Program is back! Free Breakfast and Lunches are offered Monday - Friday at several locations throughout the city. This program will run from Monday - June 7 - Friday, August 13, 2021. Each meal bag will include 1 breakfast entrée, 1 lunch entrée, 3 vegetables or fruits, and 2 Toft's milks. Any child 18 and under is eligible. Students do not need to be present to pick up meals.

Pick Up Locations & Times:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Monday - Friday

Sandusky Early Learning Academy (Formerly Mills Elementary) - 1918 Mills Street
Community Youth Mentoring - 904 W. Washington Street
Sandusky Police Station - 222 Meigs Street (Rec Side)
Victory Kitchen - 1613 Hayes Ave
Salvation Army - 3333 Columbus Ave
Fire Station #7 - 3816 Venice Road

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"Dress for Success" Donation Drop-off

Sandusky City Schools' Gentlemen's Club is looking for donations of ties, bowties, and dress shirts. The goal is to give every male student in grades 7th -12th a tie and/or dress shirt that can be used for future job interviews, banquets, and other formal events. Donations will be collected at the front entrance of Sandusky High School (2130A Hayes Avenue) Sunday, August 22nd from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm and Monday, August 23rd from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm.

"Clothes aren't going to change the world, but the person who wears them might."
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2021 Summer Camps - Athletics & Activities


Sign up by scanning the QR code or visiting: https://tinyurl.com/2021seaa 
For a printable EMF visit: https://tinyurl.com/scsemf
For questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Downing at 419-366-1451.

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SCS Preschool Recognized as a Quality Learning & Development Program

In recognition of a commitment to quality and an ongoing dedication to the learning and development of children, Sandusky City Schools has received a Five-Star Step Up To Quality Award from the State of Ohio.

Step Up To Quality is Ohio’s rating system for learning and development programs. Participating programs can earn a one-to five-star rating.

In addition to meeting all standards of a five-star rating, programs with five stars may also:

· Have lower staff/child ratios.

· Use child assessment results to plan activities that best support learning and development goals for each child.

· Share assessment results and create goals for children.

· Develop plans to support children as they transition to a new classroom or educational setting.

· Work with other organizations or businesses within the community to support children and their families.

· Have an active and organized parent volunteer group.

· Use input from families and community partners’ to inform the program’s continuous improvement process.

· Have accreditation by an approved organization.


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Finance Office Information for Teachers & Paraprofessionals

Attention Teachers and Paraprofessionals, please view this document from the Finance Office for important information on filling out purchase orders, mileage reimbursements, and more.
 

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