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  • Sadie Hawkins shines at Coy
    Coy Middle School and the Coy PTO put on their first Sadie Hawkins Dance on Friday, November 14. Read more on our Student Ambassador news page!
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  • Fairbrook Elementary holds a welcoming ESL open house

    On November 5, the English as a Second Language (ESL) Open House was held at Fairbrook Elementary. ESL teacher Jaclyn Padak educated parents of the ESL students on the future of the ESL program and what it’s all about. Read more on our Student Ambassador news page!

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  • Beavercreek STEM Jet Collaborative celebrates arrival of donated 727
    Today, Beavercreek students, staff and Board members; representatives from FedEx Express, Dayton International Airport, Clark State Community College, and Wright State University; local dignitaries; and Representative Rick Perales gathered in the Wright Brothers Aero hangar at Dayton International Airport to welcome the Beavercreek STEM Jet to its new home. Read more! 
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  • Valley Elementary introduces after-school choir program
    Valley Elementary recently launched an after-school choir program. Read More!
     Valley Elementary after-school choir
    Article and photo by Amanda Fraley, Student Ambassador
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  • Beavercreek staff devote weekend to literacy

     In November, 25 Beavercreek City Schools teachers and staff attended the renowned 17th Annual Mazza Weekend Conference in Findlay, Ohio, to focus on literacy. The presenters, all award-winning children’s book authors and illustrators, talked about creativity, inspiration, and promoting reading in younger grades.

    Speakers included Peter Sis, Ashley Bryan, Bagram Ibatoulline, Divya Srinivasan, Gianna Marino, and Jen Corace. The conference is sponsored by the Mazza Museum, the first and largest teaching museum in the world that specializes in original artwork from picture books.

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  • Beavercreek City Schools to renovate donated Boeing 727 jet into a STEM classroom
    On November 10, the Beavercreek City Schools Board of Education took the first step in creating an innovative STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) classroom when it voted to accept the gift of a Boeing 727 jet from Federal Express. Board of Education member Jo Ann Rigano received notice that the district would receive the donation on Thursday, October 30.

    According to Beavercreek School District Superintendent Bill McGlothlin, the jet will be renovated into the Beavercreek STEM Jet classroom for interested schools throughout region.

    The Boeing 727 Jet will land on November 20 at the Dayton International Airport. Dayton International will house the jet during the renovation period. Once renovations are complete, the jet will be moved to its permanent home on a Wright State University property.

    The Dayton International Airport, Clark State Community College and Wright State University are partnering with Beavercreek Schools to make the project a success.

    The project, which will be funded through sponsorships, grants, and private donations, will allow the partners to train students at the middle school, high school and post-secondary level in aviation and aerospace. The Beavercreek STEM Jet also targets the learning needs of elementary students throughout the region.

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  • Main Shine Award Nov. 3rd Grade Main Student Receives "Shine Award" for demonstrating caring and responsibility every day while at school.
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  • Shaw Gavin Linkhart A Shaw 2nd Grade Student Receives "Shine Award"
    This student was recognized for his outstanding caring, responsibility, and citizenship demonstrated every day at school.
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  • District presents Optional iPad Insurance Program
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  • Permanent Improvement Renewal Issue Passes
    The district’s Five-Year Permanent Improvement Renewal Issue was approved by district voters.  The passage of this issue provides a stable stream of funding for the maintenance of the district’s 1,200,000 square feet of facilities. The issue will provide approximately $780,000 annually for the school district.

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