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To increase participation in summer meal programs, the Ohio Department of Education is seeking local nonprofit agencies to participate as sponsors or sites for this year’s Summer Food Service Program. The Summer Food Service Program ensures that children ages 1-18 continue to receive nutritious meals during the summer break from school, when they do not have access to school breakfast or lunch.
Interim State Superintendent of Public Instruction Stephanie Siddens together with Ohio Governor Mike DeWine today honored Andrea Beeman, a paraprofessional working with special education students at Maple Heights High School in the Maple Heights City School System, and Phil Tudor, also a paraprofessional working with special education students at Goshen High School in the Goshen Local School District, as Ohio’s nominees for the national Recognizing Inspirational School Employees (RISE) Award.
Interim State Superintendent of Public Instruction Stephanie Siddens today issued the following statement on the Ohio Department of Education’s investigation report and recommendations regarding Bishop Sycamore High School. The full report resulting from the Department’s investigation was delivered to Governor DeWine earlier today. The report is available online here.
The Ohio Department of Education today released the 2020-2021 Ohio School Report Cards. Due to the continued challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s report cards, like last year’s, do not contain overall grades for any districts or buildings, individual grades or ratings for given components or performance measures. This year, the Ohio School Report Cards provide information on graduation rates, Prepared for Success indicators, and demographic and enrollment data, along with other district and school operational details.
Funding awards totaling nearly $1.8 million have been announced as part of a state initiative to increase the number of students who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA.