Easter Weekend Update

I hope you and your family are well on this Easter weekend. It is at times like this that it is so easy to remember the important things in your life and to be thankful for those around you. It is easy during uncertain times like these to lose sight of what matters most such as friends, neighbors, loved ones and family. People who care about our well-being will help support each of us and the entire Beavercreek community as we work through this crisis.

A special thank you to our students, staff, and our parents for making a successful transition to online learning, which will continue during these unprecedented times. Our district will continue to provide learning material and the devices necessary to access it on a daily basis. As you can imagine, with more than 8,000 students to serve, there will be a few hiccups along the way. If you should have questions or concerns about lessons, please reach out to your child’s teacher. If you experience any difficulties with connectivity or w…

Schools Closed Until May 1st

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has ordered the closure of all K-12 schools in Ohio through May 1st. District administration will meet this week to discuss how the remainder of this school year will take shape and the expectations it holds for students. This week’s scheduled online learning will move forward as planned.  
During this time, it is important to remember that all school district facilities and areas located on school grounds are closed to the public, our families, and staff until the state of Ohio’s ordered quarantine has been lifted. For the safety and well-being of the Beavercreek community and our fellow Ohioans, we ask that you maintain social distancing and refrain from gathering on school property.
The coronavirus pandemic will force all of us to remain flexible in the weeks ahead. Beavercreek City Schools will continue to work diligently to meet the needs of our students through these challenging times. If new developments further alter the course of our school year, we wi…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) & Our School District - UPDATE

As you know our schools have been greatly impacted by the response to the global COVID-19 pandemic and have already transitioned in many ways to accommodate the directives from Governor Mike DeWine and his team. 
I am reaching out to you because we received additional guidance - by the governor’s signing of House Bill 197 - on other areas affecting our students of which you should be aware.

All K-12 standardized testing and state report card requirements are waived for this school year.

Our local schools were granted the authority to graduate any student who is on track to graduate. This permits schools to grant a diploma to any student that the school district has determined is on track to graduate. We will continue to communicate with our senior students and their parents. Our guidance counselors are available to answer any questions about whether your student is currently on track to graduate.

All districts are permitted to continue providing students with lunch. Our district will …