School News

  • Clinic Announcements: 7th GRADE 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.  Letters will be mailed to homes of students who are lacking the Tdap immunization date on their records. 
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  • Intramural Fun  Starting Monday 9/15, our Intramural Sports program will begin. Intramurals will be played on Tuesday and Friday mornings in the gym starting at 8 am. No experience or paperwork is necessary to participate. Intramural sports are open to ALL Coy Middle School students. A variety of sports will be played throughout the school year. If we have a delay on an Intramural day, we will not meet to play a sport. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Driver or Ms. Wren.

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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
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  • School Year Calendar
    Beavercreek Schools' 2014-15 school year calendar can be found here.
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  • Straight A Grant 2 update
    Thanks to the $995,000 Straight A Grant obtained by the Beavercreek City School District, construction of Design Thinking Labs (D-Labs) is nearing completion. Also, staff and students are preparing to use these labs as part of the district's new approach to education and career readiness, find out how.  
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  • Recovery intervention making a difference

    Reading Recovery, a nationally known intervention designed to help the district’s first grade students improve their reading skills, celebrates 30 years this year. Next year, Beavercreek City Schools will celebrate 30 years with Reading Recovery. The Board of Education and community members learned what methods the program uses to improve a student’s performance.

    Highly trained teachers use daily, 30 minute, one-to-one lessons that supplement the student’s classroom instruction. Sessions with the student include writing, familiar reading, word and letter work, a cut up story, and reading a new book.

    Positive results are happening thanks to Reading Recovery. This intervention is another example of Beavercreek City Schools using creative solutions to help students achieve their full potential.  

    Recovery intervention making a difference
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  • “In View Hosted by Larry King” to feature Beavercreek City Schools 
    The commitment to a dynamic, comprehensive education that prepares students for the 21st century workplace will be explored in an upcoming television series titled, In View Series. 
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  • It’s time for Kindergarten Parent Orientation

    All parents of new kindergarten students are invited and encouraged to attend orientation on Tuesday, May 12th. In addition to meeting some of the teachers and principals involved in the kindergarten program, important topics that will be covered include the program’s overall philosophy, student readiness skills, daily routines, classroom subject matter, classroom technology, and transportation information.

    To find out your orientation time and location please click here.
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  • Community unites to create new logo 
    The new Beavercreek High School logo was unveiled today in a formal ceremony. The new logo represents over a year of intense collaborative design work to capture the spirit and passion for Beavercreek shared by the school district and its supporters.
    Beavercreek High School Principal Marian West, who coordinated efforts between the district and community, summed up the overall focus and goal of the project, “we wanted this to be something that unifies us all because Beavercreek is a special place to be.” Her feelings were echoed by those in attendance, including students, staff, alumni, and community members.
    The new Beavercreek High School logo will appear on the uniforms of its athletic teams. Apparel featuring the new logo will be available soon.
    The new Beavercreek High School logo  
    The new Beavercreek High School logo  
    Beavercreek High School has a new logo  
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  • Student Ambassadors Learn From City Council Members

    Our Student Ambassadors gained valuable insight into city government while attending the April 13th Beavercreek City Council meeting. The ambassadors sat down for one-on-one interviews with council members to cover a wide range of topics and challenges facing the council. After finishing their interviews, each ambassador was afforded the opportunity to introduce themselves to the public in attendance. With professionalism and confidence, our ambassadors put their best foot forward, showing the community that Beavercreek City Schools create leaders of the future.   

    April 13 interview with Beavercreek City Council
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  • Three Beavercreek High School seniors to run for City Council in November

    Graduation may be two months away, but three Beavercreek High School seniors have set their sights on big plans for this fall: they will run for City Council in November. Sarah Christy, Nicholas Kamaka and Branson Yeakley are running for three of the four Council seats that will be open this fall. Read more!
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  • How Beavercreek City Schools inspired us to run for office
    Attempting the task that is normally held by older members of our community, Branson Yeakley, Nick Kamaka, and Sarah Christy, seniors at BHS are running for Beavercreek City Council. Attending colleges in the local area, these three students believe their voices will serve the community in a positive way. Thanks to Beavercreek City Schools, they believe they have the skills and knowledge needed to assist their community. Read more! - Column by Sarah Christy
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  • Seven BHS art students earn recognition in Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition
    Every year, Beavercreek High School art students enter their best works into the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition. This year, seven BHS students were named regional winners! Read more! - Article by Ashley Kendrick (Painting is “Bren Don” by Andonte Haddox.) 

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  • Registration is open for Camp Invention
    Register by March 20 for early-bird discount

    In partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Beavercreek City Schools is pleased to offer the nationally acclaimed Camp Invention program to children entering grades one through six this summer! The program will be hosted at Trebein Elementary on June 15-June 19, 2015. Children will work together to seek solutions to real-world problems, turn ordinary into extraordinary and sharpen critical 21st century learning skills. Learn more!

    Register on or before March 20, 2015 to receive $25 OFF the base price of $220. Every registration includes a complimentary Camp Invention t-shirt. Availability is limited, so visit or call 800.968.4332 to secure your child’s spot today!
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