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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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