Every year students shall register any automobile driven to school. Priority registration will be used beginning with seniors. The registration and purchase of the parking permit will be done in the Assistant Principal’s Office. The cost per permit is $15.00. **$10 for a limited time and through February 14, 2023** At the time of registration, students will need to provide:SHS Student IDValid Driver’s LicenseVehicle RegistrationPay for the $10.00 Parking FeeProof of InsuranceVisit https://tinyurl.com/2p95xubk for more information and to print the permit form.
Every year students shall register any automobile driven to school. Priority registration will be used beginning with seniors. The registration and purchase of the parking permit will be done in the Assistant Principal’s Office. The cost per permit is $15.00. **$10 for a limited time and through February 14, 2023** At the time of registration, students will need to provide:
SHS Student ID
Valid Driver’s License
Pay for the $10.00 Parking Fee
Proof of Insurance
Posted Tuesday, August 9, 2022
Check out our Back to School Hub for all of the information you need for your child's return to school!Back to School Hub
Posted Friday, August 5, 2022
While Congress did not extend the free meals for all students program for the 22-23 school year, students attending the seven Sandusky City Schools participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) will continue to receive free meals without the requirement of completing a free & reduced priced meals application.- CEP is a provision that allows eligible schools to offer meal service to students at no charge for lunch and breakfast.- CEP allows schools that predominately serve low-income children to offer free, nutritious school meals to all students through the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.- CEP used information from other programs including the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families.The seven Sandusky City CEP schools are:- Sandusky Early Learning Academy- Sandusky Primary School- Sandusky Intermediate School- The Regional Center for Arts & Academic Studies- Sandusky Middle School- Sandusky High School - Sandusky Digital Learning Center
Posted Monday, August 1, 2022
The Sandusky Board of Education voted to appoint Mrs. Shelisa Johnson to the vacant board seat during the July 26, 2022 board meeting. Mrs. Johnson is an active Sandusky City Schools parent, and currently serves as a Diversion Counselor and Supreme Court of Ohio recognized Mediator for the Erie County Family Court. Mrs. Johnson has a Master of Arts and Family Studies from Spring Arbor University and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Studies from Kent State University. With over 20 years of hands-on experience working with children and families in Sandusky, along with multiple board and committee leadership experiences, Mrs. Johnson was determined to be the ideal candidate for the vacant position on the board. Click here to read the Press Release.
Posted Wednesday, July 27, 2022
With the first day of school around the corner, we will be posting important back-to-school information daily over the next few weeks. Check out the student campus wear update at a glance below. There are a few minor changes to our campus wear policies this year. Additional information regarding student handbooks and policies will be available on our district website later this week. #BlueStreakPrideP.S. Keep an eye out for our 'Back to School Hub' to go live on the district website in August!
Posted Monday, July 25, 2022
On Tuesday, July 6, 2022, the Sandusky Career Center dedicated the Sandusky Career Center Nursing Skills Lab to nurse and educator, Lauralee Krabill, who passed away last year. Lauralee played a huge role in the SCS LPN Program, Medical Assisting program, Pharmacy Tech Program, RN Program, and so much more. Before her passing, Lauralee was able to secure significant funding, over $160,000, for simulation equipment in the lab. These simulators will allow Sandusky Career Center students to gain hands on experiences and to obtain clinical hours on site. We are very thankful to the hard work and dedication of Lauralee over the years, and we are proud to dedicate this skills lab to her. Lauralee has made a lasting impact on the careers of many nurses, students, and the entire nursing occupation.
Posted Friday, July 8, 2022