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Streetsboro City Schools | Board of Education Regular Meeting | 14 June 2018


Streetsboro City Schools 
Board of Education

Defer Intermediate Cafeteria
6:00 p.m. 

R. Michael Daulbaugh, Superintendent

Matt Jordan, Interim Treasurer

This meeting is a meeting of the Board of Education in public for the purpose of conducting the School District’s business. There is a time for public participation during the meeting as provided in the Board’s order of business.

Streetsboro Board of Education Special Meeting June 13, 2018, 6PM

NOTICE - Special Board Meeting

The Board of Education will hold a Special Board meeting on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 6 PM in the Treasurer's Office located at 1888 State Route 303, Streetsboro, OH 44241. The purposes is to discuss school finances. No action to be taken.

Link to Official Notice

Board of Education Special Meeting May 30, 2018

Special Board Meeting

The Streetsboro City Schools Board of Education will hold a Special Board Meeting on May 30, 2018 at 6:30 PM EST at the Technology House located at 1888 State Route 303, Streetsboro, OH 44241. The purpose of the meeting is to review the 5-Year financial forecast. Possible action will be taken.

See official notice here - LINK TO NOTICE

Community Open House Scheduled for May 20, 2018

See the new school!

Join us for a Community Open House at the New Streetsboro Middle School!

When: Sunday, May 20, 2018

Time: 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Jason Fogleman | 2018 Larry Cox D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year

2018 Larry Cox D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year

It is with great pleasure we would like to announce that our very own Officer Jason Fogleman was named the 2018 Larry Cox D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year Award. This is well deserved! Please take time to congratulate him on this achievement.

Jason Fogleman was named the 2018 Larry Cox D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year

Board of Education Regular Meeting May 10, 2018

Recording from May 10, 2018

Mental Health Resources Mental Health Resources for All

Mental Health Resources for Families, Parents, and Kids

As we grieve the tremendous loss at Streetsboro City Schools, we are working with strong partners in mental health. Currently, we have over 20 grief counselors on site from the Coleman Center, Towne Hall, Children’s Advantage, Aurora, Crestwood, Hudson, and Kent to help students and staff deal with this loss.

Among the many resources we are offering, we have put together a packet that contains mental health contact information, advice, exercises, and assistance with identifying mental health crisis in children.

LINK: Click this link to open / download the mental health resource packet.

Official Statement from the Board of Education

UPDATED April 24 at 1:35 PM

The Streetsboro School community is shocked and saddened over the death of Caleb Lishing.

Caleb was a well-liked student by his peers and teachers and loved coming to school each day. He was gentle soul who loved to read and talk to the adults around him. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family as they work through this tragic situation.

Currently, We have over 20 grief counselors on sight from Coleman Center, Towne Hall, Children’s Advantage, Aurora, Crestwood, Hudson and Kent to help students and staff deal with this loss.

Counselors will be available tonight at Henry Defer Intermediate School from 4-8 to talk with students and will have informational packets for parents about how to talk to their children about this loss and how to recognize warning signs in children. 

When to Seek Help for Depression in Children

Get Help for Depression & Children

Most children feel sad and low every once in a while, but these feelings usually pass in a few days. Untreated depression, however, lasts for a long time and interferes with day-to-day activity.

Children who are depressed may complain of feeling sick, refuse to go to school, cling to a parent or caregiver, or worry excessively that a parent may die. Older children may sulk, get into trouble, be negative or grouchy, or feel misunderstood. Youth are more likely to respond to treatment if they receive it early in the course of their illness.

24-Hour Crisis Hotline

24 hour crisis lines are available to help in a mental health crisis, answer questions and concerns, and to schedule appointments with a mental health professional. Call 330.296.3555 for Coleman or 330.678.4357 for Townhall II, or text 4hope to 741 741.

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Tragic Loss for Streetsboro

Official Statement

Last night (4/23/2018)  we lost one of our 5th graders in a tragic incident. Grief counselors will be available at Henry Defer Intermediate and the Middle School today (4/24/2018). State testing at those buildings is cancelled as well.

Streetsboro High School's THRIVE Program Presents Peter Pan

Tickets On Sale for Peter Pan!

Tickets are now on sale for Thrive's May 18th & 19th production of Peter Pan, a unique show that stars dozens of SHS students. 300 seats have sold already, so don't wait too long! 

Head over to for more information, tickets, etc.

A Message from the Director of Technology

About Internet & Online Safety at School

The social, emotional, and online welfare of our students is one of our top priorities at Streetsboro City Schools. Our mission - to partner with families and communities to provide a personalized education that inspires and empowers students to be lifelong learners and productive members of our global society - doesn’t just matter in the classroom, or on the playground. It matters online, too.

Keeping kids safe online is one of our expanded missions at Streetsboro, and we do everything we can to best prepare our students for what lies ahead.

LINK: Continue here to learn what steps we take to keep our kids safe online.

Walk Out 2018 Panorama National Walkout Day 2018 to End Gun Violence

Statement from Superintendent Mike Daulbaugh

If there was ever any doubt regarding the class and integrity of our students, there shouldn’t be now. I just had the honor of standing by our students as they honored the seventeen victims of the Parkland Florida tragedy. Under the direction and planning of the student leadership team, students departed the school in a silent and orderly fashion and walked to the stadium.

After all participants were in the stadium, the student leadership team read the name and released a balloon for each of the victims from Parkland tragedy. After all names were read, all students locked arms and stood in silence for seventeen minutes to honor them. With wind chills below zero and snowing fiercely, the students remained quiet and reverent without moving.

As a superintendent, I could not be more proud of our students for the statement they made today. I was personally moved at the maturity and respect our students demonstrated today.

Also, I would like to thank the Streetsboro Police Department for sending cruisers to block off all access to the back part of the high school so that our students could protest in peace.

I would also like to thank the high school administration and guidance department for helping our students make such a powerful and positive statement.

WE HAVE THE BEST KIDS IN STREETSBORO. This community should be proud of our students!

2018-2019 Kindergarten Registration

To register your child for Kindergarten for the 2018-2019 school year, click here.

  • Children must be five years old by August 1st to qualify for Kindergarten.
  • After completing the online registration, please contact the office to schedule a time to come in with the other required paperwork.
  • Please read the New Registration Process page carefully on Final Forms to know what to bring to your appointment.

If you have any questions, please contact the office.  We are excited to meet the new class of 2031!

Alert for Friday, March 2 2018


Streetsboro City Schools are closed today Friday March 2, 2018 due to inclement weather and hazardous road conditions. Stay safe & warm, and be careful on the roads.

Blizzard Bag # 2 is in effect - visit the school’s website or check with your student for directions.

For Immediate Release

PRESS RELEASE - 21 February 2018

Click to open / download / view: Press Release Streetsboro 2-21-18.pdf

Updated Message from the Superintendent


An anonymous report was received after school was let out today alleging the possibility of a weapon being brought to the high school tomorrow. The Streetsboro Police Department thoroughly investigated the situation and found the report not to be credible.

As stated previously, safety of our students and staff remains one of the primary goals of the Streetsboro City School District, Streetsboro Police Department and the City Safety Services.

Thank you for your attention.

Mike Daulbaugh
Superintendent Streetsboro City School District

Important Message from the Superintendent

Important Message - Please Read

This morning we received an anonymous report through the Safe Schools Helpline regarding an alleged threat involving the high school. The high school administration in conjunction with the Streetsboro Police Department thoroughly investigated the report and the matter was appropriately handled by both the administration and the police department.

Please know school safety has been and remains one of the primary goals of the Streetsboro City School District, Streetsboro Police Department and the city safety services as we navigate through these difficult times.

A Message from the Superintendent and the Board

Important School Safety Letter

School Safety Letter - Click to open the PDF file for the letter.

Safety Resources

  • Phone: 1-800-418-6423 EXT. 359
  • Text: 66746, then type TIPS
  • On-line:
Blizzard Bag Guidance

Blizzard Bag #1 Due in 5 Days (on Valentine's Day)

As you work on Blizzard Bag # 1, be sure to keep track of the deadline. Your teacher decides when your work is due, but no more than 5 days from now - Wednesday 2/14 (Valentine's Day). If you have any questions, check with your teacher.

School's Closed February 7, 2018


Streetsboro City Schools are closed today Wednesday 2/7 due to inclement weather and hazardous road conditions. Blizzard Bag # 1 is in effect - visit the school’s website or check with your student for directions.

Influenza 2018 About this year's flu season...

What is the Flu?

The flu is an illness caused by flu viruses. The flu may make people cough and have a sore throat and fever. They may also have a runny or stuffy nose, feel tired, have body aches, or show other signs they are not well. The flu happens every year and is more common in the fall and winter. People of all ages can get the flu, from babies and young adults to the elderly.

To learn more about the flu, what casues it, and what signs to watch for, open or download this PDF document:

About the Influenza - from Akron Children's Hospital

Nut and other Food Allergy Policy Implemented

Streetsboro Schools Implements Nut & Food Allergy Policy

Due to the large number of students with various forms of food allergies, the Streetsboro City School District has developed guidelines regarding outside food being brought into our buildings.

This policy, while restrictive, has been developed in order to keep all of our students safe. Please take some time to read the guidelines below. Please note, these guidelines will be implemented effective immediately.

Click to open link - Read the full policy & guidelines here.

January 17, 2018


Due to the water main break on Wednesday 17 JAN 2018, a BOIL ALERT is in effect for all water sources at Streetsboro Elementary School until further notice. Repairs are completed at this time. Water will be provided to all students in the meantime until we get clearance from the city on the water quality.

Friday January 12, 2018


Streetsboro City Schools will be closed Friday January 12, 2018 due to the forecasted icy and dangerous road conditions. Please be safe, and avoid the roadways.

Schools Are Closed January 4 + 5, 2018


Streetsboro City Schools will be closed Thursday Jan 4 and Friday Jan 5, 2018 due to the cold temperatures. Please be safe and stay indoors.

Alll after-school activites are cancelled. The status of varsity sports will be determined later in the day.

New system for requesting building & facility use as of 1/1/2018


As of 1/1/2018, Streetsboro City Schools is using a new system for requesting building use and other facility scheduling, called MLSchedules.

Our buildings are valuable community assets and many civic and community groups use them for meetings and events. We are glad to accommodate these groups whenever we can. If you would like information about which space might be the most suitable for your use, or have other questions, please contact Samantha Velbeck at 330-626-4900 or by emailing her at

To learn more about reserving facilities and other spaces, click here.

Veteran's Day 2017

Veterans Day is an official United States public holiday, observed annually on November 11, that honors military veterans; that is, persons who served in the United States Armed Forces.

It coincides with other holidays, including Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, celebrated in other countries that mark the anniversary of the end of World War I; major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, when the Armistice with Germany went into effect. The United States previously observed Armistice Day. The U.S. holiday was renamed Veterans Day in 1954.

Learn more about Veteran's Day:

Bus Garage Phones are Down

The phones at the bus garage are currently down. You can reach them on an alternative line, here: (330) 808-3250

Walk-A-Thon 2017 at Streetsboro Elementary School
Military Appreciation Night

The Streetsboro Athletic Department and Administration are proud to recognize our veterans.

Where: Streetsboro High School - Football Stadium

When: Friday, October 13th, 2017

Who: All active and inactive military personnel

What: Military personnel will get into the game for free. A special feature will be displayed on our video board as military members will be asked to stand at the conclusion of the first quarter.

Home Game Shuttle this Friday

Streetsboro Athletic Department will be providing a shuttle from the Middle School to the High School from 6:00pm - 7:30pm on Friday. Return trip following the game will be from 9:00pm - 10:00pm.  The Middle School is located at 1951 Annalane Drive, across from the old High School. 

Get Started with the PayForIt Online Portal is an online web-based payment system that provides wide flexibility to both parents and schools managing lunch accounts, fees, activities, registrations and after school programs for your student(s).

The functions that parents have access to depend on which functions the school district has chosen to implement. is PCI compliant and maintains industry standard SSL certificates. This ensures all data is private & secure as defined by the IT (information technology) industry.

Here's how to get started...

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Streetsboro Final Forms Registration

If you currently have a student enrolled in Streetsboro and did not receive an email from Final Forms, please enter your information here so that we may add it to our database.

Please do not click on register new student or transfer student if your child is not pulling into your account. Contact the school directly to resolve the problem.

*** Please click on this link to enter your information. ***


By the end of the week, you should receive an email from Final Forms with information needed to complete your 2017-2018 paperwork. If you have any questions, please contact Sue Stockard @

Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration Parent Meeting
3/7/18 @ 6:30 p.m.

Click here for more information.

Preschool Registration

Call office to register for Information and Screening Session on Friday, March 9th at 9:30 am or 1:30 pm.  Click here for more information.

School Bus School Bus Driver Shortage may result in late drop offs for students

Bus Driver Shortage

Due to an extreme shortage of bus drivers, mainly due to the flu, we are combining runs in the next few days to transport all students to and from school. Some buses may be later than usual, or have different drivers than what you and your students are used to. We appreciate your patience and assistance in this matter.