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SCHOOL CLOSED THROUGH MAY 1.

 

In light of the announcement from Governor Mike DeWine, all West Carrollton school facilities will be closed to the public through at least FRIDAY, MAY 1 with students returning to school on Monday, May 4. This means that paper copies of homework will no longer be available for pick up or drop off. Homework will continue to be available using the Clever link on the district’s home page. Grab and Go Meals for the week will be available on Mondays beginning Monday, April 6. CLICK HERE for the locations.


We realize this is a difficult situation for students and families. Governor DeWine stated, “we have to do this if we want to slow this down.” Continue to follow our DISTRICT NEWS for updates as they occur.


About Us

About Us

The West Carrollton School District serves more than 3,700 students from the City of West Carrollton and portions of Miami Township and the City of Moraine. Located just south of Dayton, the district encompasses a 10 square mile area.


There are six schools including one Early Childhood Center serving Preschool and all-day Kindergarten students; three Elementary schools serving grades 1 through 5; one Middle School serving grades 6 through 8; and one High School serving grades 9 through 12. 


Every student from Preschool to High School has the opportunity to engage in a wide array of learning experiences both inside and outside of the classroom. Teachers and support staff work together to provide optimum education and services for every child.


Beginning in elementary school, students may choose to participate in extracurricular activities. After school clubs focus on the interest of students. Extracurricular activities expand as students transition to the Middle School and High School. Athletics, performing and visual arts, as well as a diverse selection of clubs are available.


No matter what the grade or school, students and their families are encouraged to be involved at the school and district level.

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