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Jason Fogleman | 2018 Larry Cox D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year

2018 Larry Cox D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year

It is with great pleasure we would like to announce that our very own Officer Jason Fogleman was named the 2018 Larry Cox D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year Award. This is well deserved! Please take time to congratulate him on this achievement.

Jason Fogleman was named the 2018 Larry Cox D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year

Mental Health Resources Mental Health Resources for All

Mental Health Resources for Families, Parents, and Kids

As we grieve the tremendous loss at Streetsboro City Schools, we are working with strong partners in mental health. Currently, we have over 20 grief counselors on site from the Coleman Center, Towne Hall, Children’s Advantage, Aurora, Crestwood, Hudson, and Kent to help students and staff deal with this loss.

Among the many resources we are offering, we have put together a packet that contains mental health contact information, advice, exercises, and assistance with identifying mental health crisis in children.

LINK: Click this link to open / download the mental health resource packet.

When to Seek Help for Depression in Children

Get Help for Depression & Children

Most children feel sad and low every once in a while, but these feelings usually pass in a few days. Untreated depression, however, lasts for a long time and interferes with day-to-day activity.

Children who are depressed may complain of feeling sick, refuse to go to school, cling to a parent or caregiver, or worry excessively that a parent may die. Older children may sulk, get into trouble, be negative or grouchy, or feel misunderstood. Youth are more likely to respond to treatment if they receive it early in the course of their illness.

24-Hour Crisis Hotline

24 hour crisis lines are available to help in a mental health crisis, answer questions and concerns, and to schedule appointments with a mental health professional. Call 330.296.3555 for Coleman or 330.678.4357 for Townhall II, or text 4hope to 741 741.

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A Message from the Director of Technology

About Internet & Online Safety at School

The social, emotional, and online welfare of our students is one of our top priorities at Streetsboro City Schools. Our mission - to partner with families and communities to provide a personalized education that inspires and empowers students to be lifelong learners and productive members of our global society - doesn’t just matter in the classroom, or on the playground. It matters online, too.

Keeping kids safe online is one of our expanded missions at Streetsboro, and we do everything we can to best prepare our students for what lies ahead.

LINK: Continue here to learn what steps we take to keep our kids safe online.

2018-2019 Kindergarten Registration

To register your child for Kindergarten for the 2018-2019 school year, click here.

  • Children must be five years old by August 1st to qualify for Kindergarten.
  • After completing the online registration, please contact the office to schedule a time to come in with the other required paperwork.
  • Please read the New Registration Process page carefully on Final Forms to know what to bring to your appointment.

If you have any questions, please contact the office.  We are excited to meet the new class of 2031!

Parent-School Communication

School Phone: 330-626-4907

All teachers have email and voicemail.  Parents may use email, voicemail or a hand-written note to communicate with teachers.  

Medical Concerns

If your child has a chronic health condition such as severe allergies requiring an Epi-Pen; asthma needing an inhaler; diabetes; or anything you feel needs to be brought to the attention of the school nurse, please contact the school at 330-626-4907 ext. 3

Student Medication

Any student requiring medication must have a Medication Form on file at the school.  This includes both Prescription and over-the-counter medications (both to be signed by a physician).

 

For a complete description of school and district policies and procedures, please see the Student/Parent Handbook.  A copy of the handbook is available on our website.  

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