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2019-2020 School Bus Routes and Times

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Middle School Parents, protect your students device with Insurance

Middle school parents, we are strongly recommending that you to take advantage of the insurance policy  with Securranty to protect your students school issued Chromebook from damage and loss.  For less than $30/year you can rest easy knowing that your students Chromebook is covered from theft, vandalism, accidental damage and unexplained loss.  To offer some perspective, a replacement keyboard for the Dell Chromebooks (we see a LOT of keys being pulled off) will cost you almost $90 without the insurance.  A lost or irreperably damaged Chromebook could cost you over $200.   Click here to learn more and to purchase a policy for your Middle School student today.  Read More

Tallmadge Schools Welcomes New Teachers!

Tallmadge City Schools would like to welcome the following teachers to the Tallmadge Family! Read More

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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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