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  • iPads: Responsibilities and Parent/Guardian Agreement for K-8 students
    In an effort to further personalize instruction, Beavercreek Schools will provide an iPad for every K-8 student.  K-8 parents and guardians should review the following information as soon as possible: LetterAgreement; and Q&A.  For more information about how the iPads will be used, visit http://goo.gl/jZkWJG.
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District News

  • iPads: Responsibilities and Parent/Guardian Agreement for K-8 students
    In an effort to further personalize instruction, Beavercreek Schools will provide an iPad for every K-8 student.  K-8 parents and guardians should review the following information as soon as possible: LetterAgreement; and Q&A.  For more information about the eSpark program, visit http://goo.gl/jZkWJG.
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  • State Report Card results show district among best in Dayton area
    Data released by the Ohio Department of Education for the 2013-14 school year shows that the Beavercreek City School District performed well overall in the state's Local Report Card assessments.  Report Card and Summary
     
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  • Staffing and Increased Enrollment
    Due to increased enrollment, Beavercreek Schools will add seven certified K-3 teachers and one certified elementary intervention specialist to address larger-than-normal class sizes in district elementary buildings.  District leaders are in the process of hiring these personnel and allocating the necessary classroom space and will act as quickly as possibly to ensure that students are assigned permanent classrooms within the next two weeks.
     
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  • Shaw Gym Construction Updates
    Visit our construction information subsite for an overview of current construction projects: http://goo.gl/dYXAp8.  
     
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  • iPads in the Classroom: Your questions answered 
    Interested in how Beavercreek Schools will use iPads to individualize instruction for K-8 students? Read more here.
     
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  • Renewal levy on November ballot;
    NO additional taxes
    The five-year, 1.0 mill permanent improvement levy first approved by taxpayers in 1989 will NOT result in additional taxes for residents, but will allow the district to retain a 12.5 percent reimbursement from the State of Ohio. Details
     
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