• Communicating with the Public

     

     

    Beavercreek City Schools administrators work diligently to provide taxpayers, parents of schoolchildren and prospective residents with information about the District’s curriculum, operations, finances, budgets, programs and events.

     

    A variety of vehicles are used to ensure that information about the District reaches residents in a timely fashion.  These include:

     

    District website

     

    Beavercreek City Schools will endeavor to keep parents and members of the community apprised of information in a timely fashion.  Visitors can opt in to newsletters, updates and alerts concerning a wide variety of District news and information if they so choose by subscribing to RSS Feeds or by creating a user account on the District's website.  Users with accounts can choose from a variety of options, including e-mail and text alerts.

     

    Twitter

     
    Twitter users can receive up-to-the-minute news and information via the Beavercreek Schools Twitter feed, @BcrkSchools.
     
    Facebook
     
    The Beavercreek community can follow and access the district's latest news, events, achievements, and accomplishments at www.facebook.com/beavercreekcityschools.
     
    Instagram 
     
    View and comment on a candid look of the Beavercreek City School District at www.instagram.com/bcrkschools. 
     
    YouTube
     
    Beavercreek City Schools maintains a YouTube channel where it posts video content: http://www.youtube.com/user/BcrkSchools
     
     
    Local News Media

     

    In an effort to keep citizens apprised of news, district administrative personnel communicate regularly with representatives of local news organizations, including the editors of the Beavercreek News-Current, the Dayton Daily News and local television and radio stations.
     
    SchoolMessenger
     
    "SchoolMessenger" is a notification system that allows school administrators to reach parents and staff with important information in a matter of minutes.
     
    This notification system can be used to communicate with thousands of people quickly in time of emergency.  It can also be used to disseminate non-critical information, such as information about upcoming events or changes to extracurricular activity practices. 
     
    In the case of phone messages, the SchoolMessenger system automatically re-tries busy and no answer numbers until the message is delivered successfully or cancelled.
     
    To register for SchoolMessenger or other alerts, please follow this link: https://www.beavercreek.k12.oh.us/site/Default.aspx?PageID=202 
     

     

    Creek Connections – the District’s newsletter to the community

    Creek Connections is a quarterly publication that serves as a link between the administration and residents of the Beavercreek City School District.  This newsletter is intended to provide residents with up-to-date information about:

    ·       Recent District activities and events

    ·        The District’s effectiveness in terms of educational delivery

    ·        Developments that concern District facilities

    ·        Financial issues of concern to the District taxpayers

    ·        Funding issues that impact school districts throughout the state

    ·        Developments and trends in curriculum

    ·        Information about key personnel issues

    ·        Policy-specific information

    ·        Upcoming District events and activities of interest to the community

    An archive of previous newsletters can be found in the left-hand navigation bar.  (Note:  Prior to January 2010, the District's newsletter was known as the Bridge Builder.)
     
     
    Questions

     

    Individuals with questions are always welcome to contact members of the Administration and Board of Education with their questions.  Contact information includes:

     

    Superintendent Paul Otten:  937/458-2441
    Treasurer Penny Rucker:  937/458-2421 
    Members of the Board of Education:  See https://www.beavercreek.k12.oh.us/Page/5


     

    Contact information for members of the Board can be found by visiting the “Administration” portion of this website and choosing “Board of Education,” followed by “Board of Education Biographies.”

Last Modified on September 19, 2016