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West Carrollton Middle School News

Return to School Discussion

The West Carrollton School Board will be having a work session to discuss the reopening of schools and share information that has been obtained from various sources including Public Health-Dayton & Montgomery County, the Ohio State Department of Health and the Ohio State Board of Education. Testing mandates from the State of Ohio, and how this will affect students, will also be discussed. 

Following the discussion, the Superintendent will recommend to the School Board for students to return to school on a four-day (Monday through Thursday) schedule beginning March 15. Friday will continue to be used as an intervention day as well as testing day for students who remain on SchoolsPLP. Students who are currently learning remotely through the SchoolsPLP program will continue with their current schedule. 

The West Carrollton School Board will vote on the proposed reopening schedule following the discussion. 

This is a public meeting that will be held Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 6 p.m. at the West Carrollton High School Auditorium – 5833 Student Street, West Carrollton, OH. Due to social distancing, the capacity of the auditorium is 115. Masks will be required.
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Asynchronous Days for Inclement Weather

Watch for information regarding Asynchronous Days due to inclement weather to be announced on the district website at westcarrolltonschools.com and on Facebook at West Carrollton City Schools as well as through local television stations including channel 2, 7, 22 and 45. 
The Board of Education understands the importance of education for every student, especially as students continue on a hybrid schedule. Because of this, the Board has approved the use of asynchronous days to be used in the event inclement weather occurs. This means that students would login from home to their Google classroom and complete work assigned by their teachers.  
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Students Return to Hybrid Model Beginning November 30

A hybrid model for 1st through 12 grade students will begin November 30. Details, along with the schedule can be found at Move to Hybrid 11-13-20.pdf

KINDERGARTEN will be in person Monday through Thursday.
PRESCHOOL will return to the regular schedule. 
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USDA Extends Free Lunch Program

Breakfast and lunch for West Carrollton students will be available at no cost for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year. Although meals will be at no cost, parents and guardians are still encouraged to complete the free and reduced price lunch application if they have not already done so and feel they are eligible. School fees may be waived or discounted if the application is completed and the student is eligible. 
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Reopening Plan

West Carrollton Schools is releasing the Reopening Plan updated 10-6-20. See the  plan at Complete Opening Plan 10.12.20.pdf
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Points of Pride - Fall, 2020

The annual Points of Pride publication will soon be mailed to all district residents, but you can see it first here! The Fall, 2020, Points of Pride is an overview of the 2019-20 school year.

Going Paperless with FinalForms

We are very excited to announce that the West Carrollton School District has partnered with FinalForms, an online forms and data management service that will be replacing paper forms. FinalForms allows you to complete and sign enrollment, back-to-school and athletic participation forms for your students. The most exciting news is that FinalForms saves data from season-to-season and year-to-year, meaning that you will never need to enter the same information twice! FinalForms also pre-populates information wherever possible, for each of your students, saving you time. 

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West Carrollton Athletics Ticket Policy

Please remember that a 15% capacity has been issued by the Governor’s office. We are following all protocols and mandates so that our student-athletes are able to have a season. Guidelines may change dependent on updates from the Governor's office or Health Department.
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Guide to Google Classroom & FAQs

Curriculum Director, Julie Taylor, has developed an online Parents’ Guide to Google Classroom & FAQs. Parents and guardians may connect to https://youtu.be/fC4EVitD8G0 for a video on how students may access classes. The video includes information regarding schedules and supplies. Additional information regarding curriculum can be found at https://tinyurl.com/y56qn9gr on the district web page.

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Dayton Metro Library Shares Learning Resources

 The Dayton Metro Library has shared learning resources for families. CLICK HERE to connect! More +

Bus Drivers Needed

Training is provided. Contact Belinda Cox at 937-859-5121, ext. 8959 or e-mail [email protected]
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