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Important Levy Information

On Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018, the Tallmadge City School District will have a 7.4 mill operating levy on the ballot.  The funds generated from the levy are critical for the  district to maintain educational programs and services for our students. Read More

2018-2019 Free and Reduced Meals Policy

TALLMADGE CITY SCHOOLS today announced its 2018-2019 program year policy for Free and Reduced-Price Meals for students unable to pay the full price of meals or milk served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast, Read More

Track your students Bus with Petermann Bus Tracker App

The Tallmadge City School District is committed to safely transporting your children to and from school each day. As we seek to effectively communicate with families and provide peace of mind while your children are on the bus, we are excited to announce that our school bus partner, Petermann, has developed a phone and web browser application that will allow parents and guardians to securely view the location of all of their child(ren)’s bus locations in relationship to their assigned bus stop.... Read More

An Important Message from Jeff Ferguson Regarding Student Safety.

To Our Parents and Community Members:Tallmadge City School District’s primary priority is the safety and well-being of the students we serve. As a school district, we are so appreciative for the support and understanding of our parents and community members. Many school districts throughout Ohio are dealing with rumor-based issues in response to recent tragedies.... Read More

Elementary and Middle School Groundbreaking Ceremony

This groundbreaking represents the beginning of the construction project that will result in a new K-5 elementary school and 6-8 middle school scheduled to open for the 2019-2020 school year. Read More

2017 Beacon Journal Scholar Athlete finalist

THS Senior Olivia Ayres a 2017 Beacon Journal Scholar Athlete Finalist Read More
THS Earns Gold at FCCLA National Conference

THS Earns Gold at FCCLA National Conference

The journey to Nashville began in March for Kimberly Tran and Hannah Moats with the FCCLA Regional Competition held at Tallmadge High where both qualified to compete at the Ohio FCCLA State Leadership Competition in Columbus... Read More

THS Baseball Team Division II State Champs!

Congratulations to the Tallmadge High School Baseball team for winning the Division II State title. Read More

Welcome to the new tallmadgeschools.org

We are pleased to announce a new and improved tallmadgeschools.org which we believe you will find a little more useful and easier to navigate.   Read More

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Superintendent's Message

Dear Tallmadge Families,

The first priority of the Tallmadge City School District is the safety and well-being of our students and staff.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Parkland Community as they begin the healing process following the tragedy at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

At Tallmadge City Schools, we are constantly working to keep our schools safe. After an event such as the one in Parkland, we reflect on all that we do to keep our students safe while they are in our buildings. As a district, we regularly review, update and improve safety plans. Our staff are trained to handle those situations and our students practice lockdown drills.

We are fortunate to have Officer Dave Quillen as our school resource officer. He is a regular presence in all of our buildings. We are also grateful for the relationship we have with the Tallmadge Police and Fire Departments, who partner with and support us in our safety efforts.

In addition to safety practices, we also work to create a culture of inclusion where all students feel safe and loved. Our counselors are always available to talk to a student who may be struggling in some way. And all of our teachers and staff work to build positive relationships with their students to give them a safe place to come with their thoughts or concerns.

As we head into the long weekend, please take the time to talk to your child about the events in Parkland and how important it is that if they see something they don’t think is right, to say something. If they have information about a potential threat, they should talk to a trusted adult, such as a teacher or one of our counselors. They can also use the Keep Tallmadge Safe Community Hotline, which can be reached in the following ways:



Keep Tallmadge Safe Community Hotline

Phone: (877) 265-6534 or

www.safeschoolhelpline.com or

Text: 66746, then type TIPS

Again, our thoughts and prayers go out to the Parkland community. Thank you for your continued support of the Tallmadge Schools.

Sincerely,

Jeff Ferguson

Superintendent
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