The Sandusky City Schools Central Administration office will have multiple personnel transitions during June, 2021. The Sandusky City Schools Board of Education accepted Dr. Vilicia Cade’s resignation during the May 25, 2021 board meeting. Dr. Cade has accepted the position of Superintendent for Capital School District in Dover, Delaware. In an effort to continue the pivotal work in the area of academics, Dr. Stephen Sturgill will be transitioning from Chief of Staff and Transformation Officer to Chief Academic Officer. Dr. Sturgill is familiar with the academic transformation that is taking place within the district. “We are confident that Dr. Sturgill will continue building upon the foundational work that Dr. Cade has built over the last three years”, stated Dr. Eugene Sanders, Chief Executive Officer and Superintendent. “This transition will allow for a seamless flow of academic transformation within the district.” Dr. Cade’s last day will be June 15, 2021 with Dr. Sturgill transitioning to this position immediately.Click here to read the Press Release in it's entirety.
Posted Tuesday, June 15, 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 - FridaySandusky Early Learning Academy (Formerly Mills Elementary) - 1918 Mills StreetCommunity Youth Mentoring - 904 W. Washington StreetSandusky Police Station - 222 Meigs Street (Rec Side)Victory Kitchen - 1613 Hayes AveSalvation Army - 3333 Columbus AveFire Station #7 - 3816 Venice RoadFor Summer Food Program Menus, click here.
Posted Monday, June 7, 2021
Congratulations to the following students who received an award for being the "Bucket Filler of the Month" at Sandusky Primary School: Sophia Canterbury, Sienna Lanier, Averie Hood, Lila Cassel, Claire Lyons, Evelyn Mock, Zhara Ross, Jessie Mae Moore, A'Miliana Hathorn, Ja'Von Strauder, Amelia Vanwhy, Tyion Gaines, Savannah Michel, Gabriel Motley, Destinie Coleman, Henry Cobb, Amarya Villarreal, Trinity Armstrong, Liam Berry, Sophia Zander, Noah Barclay, Tatiyanna Slater, Da'Meri Johnson, Devon Gonzales, Halaia Yusef-Young, and Jermany Brown.
Local non-profit agencies that are seeking funds to support existing or newly created programsto assist children, adults, and families in the greater Sandusky Community are eligible to apply for fundsthrough the George A. and Elizabeth Boeckling Charitable Trust. This trust was founded in 1936 by theBoeckling family and has been available on an annual basis to assist local projects to advance the care and wellbeingof people in our community. Grant proposals will range from $5,000.00 to $10,000.00. Those interestedin writing a proposal are required to write a letter expressing interest in being granted funds to include thebackground, purpose, goals, impact on the community and the financial request or complete the electronic grantapplication form. Deadline for proposals to be submitted by U.S. mail or emailed is Monday, June 28th,2021. Please submit your written proposal/request to:Dr. Eugene T.W. Sanders, PresidentThe George A. and Elizabeth Boeckling Charitable Trustc/o Sandusky City Schools407 Decatur StreetSandusky, Ohio 44870To request electronic grant application: [email protected]ATT: Melanie Thorbahn, Executive Administrative Assistant to the President ofThe Boeckling Charitable TrustClick here to see the Press Release.
Local non-profit agencies that are seeking funds to support existing or newly created programs
to assist children, adults, and families in the greater Sandusky Community are eligible to apply for funds
through the George A. and Elizabeth Boeckling Charitable Trust. This trust was founded in 1936 by the
Boeckling family and has been available on an annual basis to assist local projects to advance the care and wellbeing
of people in our community. Grant proposals will range from $5,000.00 to $10,000.00. Those interested
in writing a proposal are required to write a letter expressing interest in being granted funds to include the
background, purpose, goals, impact on the community and the financial request or complete the electronic grant
application form. Deadline for proposals to be submitted by U.S. mail or emailed is Monday, June 28th,
2021. Please submit your written proposal/request to:
Dr. Eugene T.W. Sanders, President
The George A. and Elizabeth Boeckling Charitable Trust
c/o Sandusky City Schools
407 Decatur Street
Sandusky, Ohio 44870
To request electronic grant application: [email protected]
ATT: Melanie Thorbahn, Executive Administrative Assistant to the President of
The Boeckling Charitable Trust
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."
Posted Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Click here to download our 2021 Summer Camp Guide for Athletics and Activities!Sign up by scanning the QR code or visiting: https://tinyurl.com/2021seaa For a printable EMF visit: https://tinyurl.com/scsemfFor questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Downing at 419-366-1451.
Posted Wednesday, May 19, 2021