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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 www.campinvention.org or call 800.968.4332 to secure your child’s spot today!
     

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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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  • Author Aaron Reynolds visits Beavercreek City Schools 
     
    New York Times bestselling author Aaron Reynolds was the VIP at Beavercreek City Schools during the week of March 23, bringing the joy of reading—and the secrets of writing—to students at each of the district’s six elementary schools. Read more!
     
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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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  • Coy Middle School students to compete at state level in history, geography bees
     
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    Coy Middle School is no stranger to high-achieving students, and recently several of its students have performed remarkably well in the local level of various academic bees, including the National History Bee and the National Geographic State Bee. Read more! - Article by Matt Loxley
     
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  • Shaw’s PAWS lend a hand
     
    At Shaw Elementary, there is a group of students that stand out from the rest. They are a group of responsible young people who help to organize events within their school alongside faculty. They are learning to be leaders and helping their school in the process. They are the PAWS Pals. Read more! - Article by Zoe Elizalde
     
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  • Valley Elementary Puts the Fun in Fundraiser

    This year’s Family Fun Day at Valley Elementary was a smashing success. On Saturday, March 14, about 100 volunteers came together to make the children’s carnival fantastic. The body of volunteers was made up of high school students, parents and other friends of Valley. Even Superman made an appearance! Read more! - Article by Zoe Elizalde
     
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  • Students Shine at the SHINE Award Ceremony
     
    Every month, Beavercreek students of all ages who demonstrate at least two of the seven pillars of character are nominated by teachers and staff for the SHINE Award. This award highlights students that show outstanding character throughout their school and community. Read more! - Article by Ashley Kendrick
     
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  • MathCounts team takes sixth place in state finals 

    Congratulations to the Coy MathCounts team on taking sixth place in the state finals on March 14! The students competed against 31 teams from across the state. Student Tiffany Huang placed 19th out of 192 students.

    Coy’s MathCounts team is composed of Hari Paramaswaren, Tiffany Huang, Foram Patel and Alex Le.

    Two students from Ankeney's MathCounts team also qualified for state! Eighth grader Hyrum Taylor placed 31st out of 192 students, and sixth George Chen placed 35th overall.

    The MathCounts competitions challenge students to compete as individuals and on teams in “bee-style” contests. We are proud of our MathCounts team!

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  • Boys Varsity Bowling Team capture first state championship for Beavercreek City Schools

    Congratulations to the Beavercreek Boys Varsity Bowling Team on capturing their first-ever state championship! They then eliminated GWOC rival Wayne 3-2 in the finals to claim the district’s first state championship title. Read more!
     
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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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