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  • District presents Optional iPad Insurance Program
     
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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;
    Updated Q&A and List of Apps
    . For more information about how the iPads will be used, visit http://goo.gl/jZkWJG.
     
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  • Yearbook Ordering
    If you would like to order a yearbook online, please follow this link: Jostens Yearbook. If you have any problems ordering a yearbook, please contact Mrs. Nevarez . You may also order a yearbook with cash or a check made out to Ankeney PTO. Fill out the form from the opening day packet and return it to school.
     
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  • 2014-2015 Ankeney Supply Lists
    6TH GRADE SUPPLIES
           * Look for the 3" zipper binder it is no longer called a Trapper Keeper.
     
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  • Clinic Announcements: IMMUNIZATIONS
    Students who will be in 7th grade during school year 2014-15 must have documentation of a Tdap vaccine on file in the clinic. Please see the school nurse’s web page for more information. 
     
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  • School Year Calendar
    Beavercreek Schools' 2014-15 school year calendar can be found here.
     
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  • Sammi ROCK THE LOT: BHS Student Shares Community Passion Beavercreek High School Marching Band Drum Major Sammi Daugherty, speaks about her pride for Beavercreek and love for our beautiful community. Photo by Barbara Adams, Student Ambassador
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  • Rock The Lot Was a Huge Success: BHS Teacher Expresses Enthusiasm  
    Mr. Hammonds, a teacher at Beavercreek High School, inspires students, faculty, and the community Mr. Hammonds to “be bold” with their school spirit and pride. Picture taken by Barbara Adams, Student Ambassador
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  • SHINE AWARD: Highlighting Outstanding Students of Character
    A Fairbrook 2nd grade student received the “Shine Award” today. This student was Fairbrook Oct. Shine recognized for her outstanding caring and citizenship demonstrated every day at school.

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  • Ankeney Middle School Character Education
    Pep Rally a Huge Success   
     AMS Pep Rally
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  • SHINE Shine Award AWARD: Highlighting Outstanding Students of Character
    A Parkwood 5th grade student received the "Shine Award." In order to recognize students that demonstrate outstanding character, the district has created the “Shine Award-Highlighting Outstanding Students of Character”.  This award is for students that demonstrate two or more pillars of character consistently in each building. The character education pillars include: Citizenship, Caring, Trustworthiness, Fairness, Respect, and Responsibility. Each building nominates one student per month. The student nominated in each building will be awarded with a certificate and balloon bouquet by district staff and/or board of education members. The nominated students will also be recognized at the monthly board of education meeting.

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  • Student with iPad District launches individualized instruction
    Over 5,300 K-8 students begin working on individualized instruction using the eSpark learning system and iPads.
     
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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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  • Shaw Gym Construction Updates
    Visit our construction information subsite for an overview of current construction projects: http://goo.gl/dYXAp8.  
     
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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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