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Tiffin’s City Schools Gary Barber meets with Governor DeWine

Tiffin City Schools Superintendent Gary Barber along with four other Ohio school leaders were asked to join the Governor DeWine and several of his advisors to discuss proposed changes in the state’s graduation requirements and the local report card.  The Ohio Department of Education has developed a strategic plan Each Child, Our Future that was introduced in the fall of 2018.  This plan was developed to ensure that each student is challenged, prepared, and empowered by his or her future by the way of an excellent prekindergarten through grade 12 education.

The Tiffin City Schools will be partnering a national network Jobs For The Future (Pathways to Prosperity Network) to develop deeper relationships with regional business, industry and educational institutions.  Vanguard Sentinel Career Center and Terra State Community College will also be spearheading this work with the Tiffin City Schools.  There is currently no single organization in the region with the capacity to coordinate and deliver work-based learning opportunities at scale. 

“For young people to see themselves living and working in our region, and for employers to see high school students as their future talent pipeline, it is critical that cross-sector stakeholders work together to map out seamless transitions from school to career success.  With the help of Jobs For The Future we will convene a committee of cross-sector leaders to articulate and co-design a vision for college and career pathways” according to Gary Barber.  The funding to support this transformation was obtained through an Expanding Opportunities for Each Child grant that was awarded to Tiffin City Schools this spring from The Ohio Department of Education.

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Back to School!

We are excited about the 2019-20 School Year! See the attached for back to school night information.

Central Registration

NEW STUDENT? Please call Central Registration Office (419-455-9107) to make an appointment. You will need a birth certificate, immunization records, proof of residency, driver's license and any applicable court documents.

Krout's Poetry News

Every year, Mrs. Theresa Stover submits poetry submissions to Pine Tree Poetry for their review. After reviewing ours and comparing to other submissions, they select submissions to be published in their yearly book. We are so proud of the attached list of 2nd grade students and 3rd grade students who had a selection that will be published this year. Please join us in congratulating these students on a job well done!!

Central Registration

NEW STUDENT? Please call Central Registration Office (419-455-9107) to make an appointment. You will need a birth certificate, immunization records, proof of residency, driver's license and any applicable court documents.

Central Registration

NEW STUDENT? Please call Central Registration Office (419-455-9107) to make an appointment. You will need a birth certificate, immunization records, proof of residency, driver's license and any applicable court documents.

AP US History Field Trip

The AP US History class visited the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood. The class took a holocaust tour and heard from a child survivor.

Academic Letter Breakfast

126 students qualified for the Academic Letter Breakfast held on April 3 at Camden Falls. Dr. Ron Schumacher, President of Terra State Community College was the guest speaker.

Design Class Racing Their Designs!

This semester’s design class reinvented lockers for 21st century learners, engineered racecars that were powered by the potential energy of rubber bands, and investigated how to design a better playground for elementary students. Find a problem! Investigate! Brainstorm! Collaborate! Sketch! Prototype! Redesign! Reflect! GET TO KNOW THE PROCESS!

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