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  • Kindergarten and first grade registration event set for March 5

    Beavercreek City Schools will conduct a full-day registration for all students entering kindergarten and for first graders who are new to the district on Thursday, March 5, at the Board of Education office. There are benefits to students and parents who register on this date. Learn More!
    *Kindergarten registration event - inclement weather notice*

    If district is operating on a 2 hour delay or is closed due to inclement weather on March 5, kindergarten and first grade registration will be rescheduled for Wednesday, March 11, from 7:30 am to 5 pm.
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  • College Credit Plus informational meeting set for March 23
    BHS is sponsoring a College Credit Plus informational meeting on Monday, March 23 at 6:00 PM in the Alumni Auditorium.  After a brief presentation, local colleges and universities will provide information and be available to answer questions.  For information on College Credit Plus please visit
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  • Valley Family Fun Day set for March 14
    The 2015 Valley Family Fun Day awill take place on March 14 from 11 am -3 pm at Valley Elementary, 3601 Jonathan Drive in Beavercreek. The event will transform the elementary school into a super-hero themed carnival. Read more! - Article by Zoe Elizalde
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  • K-12 Gallery show results in recognition for BHS students and donations for family in need
    Throughout January, Beavercreek High School students were featured in the K-12 Gallery. Many family, friends and faculty members came out to view students’ work on display. A generous amount of donations were made to aid the Craun family and the battle they are fighting with their son’s diagnosis of leukemia. Read more! - Article by Ashley Kendrick
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  • Coy Middle School takes on the Iron Giraffe Challenge
    Linda Sue Park’s novel “A Long Walk to Water” follows Salva Dut and Nya, two Sudanese youths trying to find water in their homeland. Jacob Coy Middle School’s students recently completed the book, and they were enraptured by Salva and Nya’s story. Rather than simply being moved, however, the Coy students decided to take on the Iron Giraffe challenge. Read more!  - Article by Matt Loxley

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  • Beavercreek preschool on target to open this fall
    Many improvements are occurring within the Beavercreek City Schools school district, including the construction of a new preschool. Read more!  - Article by Najai Johnson

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  • BHS students win high honors in Scholastic Art Competition

    More than 1,200 students from the Miami Valley region submitted artwork to the Scholastic Art Competition. Of those students, seven Beavercreek High School Students won awards. Read more!  - Article by Ashley Kendrick 
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  • February “Littles” competition earns Beavercreek Speech and Debate Team slots in the state tournament
    Littles competition On February 5 and 6, the Beavercreek High School Speech and Debate team competed at the “Littles” at Centerville High School, earning several slots for the State Tournament in March. Read more! - Article by Jake Lucas
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  • Checkmate: Beavercreek Chess Team clinches undefeated season

    Instead of celebrating Valentine’s Day with friends and family, the Beavercreek High School Chess Team finalized its undefeated season of 8-0 by winning Regionals at the Dayton Chess Club. Read more! - Article by Amanda Fraley

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  • Beavercreek City Schools stand to lose under proposed state funding formula
    District sends letters to state senator and state representative

    In February, Governor Kasich released his budget for the next biennium. Included in the budget was a proposed new funding formula for education. If the formula as proposed becomes law, it will have an adverse impact on the taxpayers in our school district. Get the key facts.
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