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OHSAA Fall Parent Meeting

WHEN: Tuesday July 30, 2019WHERE: THS Auditorium TIME: 6:00 - 7:00 pmParent(s) of potential Tallmadge Fall athletes (HS & MS) must attend.Topics regarding eligibility, ticket sales, sportsmanship etc. will be covered. Read More

Wanted: School Bus Drivers for Tallmadge Schools

Wanted:School Bus Drivers for Tallmadge SchoolsThe training will take place during the summer to be ready for the start of the 2019-2020 school year. This job is a perfect job for stay at home parents, retired people, people looking to supplement an existing income or any person looking for a flexible job. Read More


THANK YOU for your participation in the SENIOR WALK this past Monday!  It is because of your enthusiasm that this event has become a treasured part of our senior week activities.  Junior Olivia Swain has once again put together a compilation video of the Senior Walk.  Please enjoy the video below: Read More

THS Student Class Officers Hosting Crafts Show

The Tallmadge High School Class Officers will be hosting a Craft Show on Saturday April 6, 2019 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Tallmadge High School.  Parking and Adminissions are free.  Craft, art and food vendors are welcomed and needed.  Vendors please fill out and return the Vendor Application by March 15, 2019. Read More

Tallmadge City School District to Place Operating Levy on May 7 Ballot

TALLMADGE, OHIO, (Jan. 18, 2019): At its Jan. 16 meeting, the Tallmadge City School District Board of Education announced it will move forward with an operating levy on the May 7, 2019, ballot. This comes after the failure of an operating levy in November. Read More

Tallmadge City School District Phone Poll and Online Survey Results

TALLMADGE, OHIO, (Jan. 2, 2018): During the month of December, the Tallmadge City School District conducted a phone poll and an online survey to generate feedback on how the district should move forward following the failure of the 7.4 mill operating levy on Nov. 6. 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

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

Upcoming Events

Superintendent's Message

It is hard to believe the Ta l l m a d g e City School District is well into the second half of the year. We have seen many successes so far both inside and outside of the class- room. I am looking forward to what is to come including the upcoming award ceremonies where we will recognize our students for all their accomplishments. I am also excited to see the progress we are making on both the middle school and the elementary school. We will be hosting a sneak peek event for the new middle school on April 23. I hope you can join us!
The March issue of the newsletter will focus on the financial needs of the district and the upcoming May 2019 levy. Hopefully we will be able to answer some of your questions. I would like to sincerely thank everyone who participated in the phone and online surveys, as well as those who attended the community meetings that we have hosted. Your feedback is greatly appreciated and has helped provide the Board of Education with a direction after the failure of the November levy.

The need for additional funding for our district remains urgent. The Board has reduced staff and programs already for next school year. In spite of these efforts, the deficit continues to grow. Based on your feedback, the Board has decided to place an operating levy (Issue 4) on the May ballot.

I encourage you to read through the information in this newsletter. If you have any questions, please contact me at 330-633-3291 and I will be happy to answer them.
Jeff Ferguson
Tallmadge City Schools 
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