Exempted Village Schools
Excellent with Distinction 2009-2010
Runner earns trip to National Championships
LOCK HAVEN, Pa. – Stephanie Case, a biology major from Columbiana, Ohio, finished fourth overall at the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional Championships Saturday at Lock Haven to earn an individual berth in the National Championships in Joplin, Mo.
Congratulations to our 2012 Spring Sports All Stars!
ITCL Division I Baseball All Stars
ITCL Division I Softball All Stars
ITCL Division I Boys Track All Stars
ITCL Division I Girls Track All Stars
Madesyn DeVivo recently earned her Girl Scout Silver Award after beginning
Congratulations to our NTHS
Tyler Wessling (Sr. ~ 2 Year Recipient)
Columbiana High School Completes
Joshua Dixon Named "A School of Promise"
Columbiana Graduate Makes USA TODAY News
Peace Corps volunteer Mick Wigal, 29, of Youngstown, Ohio,
Ohio Department of Education Features Columbiana Schools
Columbiana High School Ranked #7 in the Nation
I am very pleased to announce that we have been ranked #7 in the nation in the 2011 U.S. News & World Reports Most Connected Classrooms. The ranking is based on a connectivity index which measures student-to-computer ratio, Internet access/speed, and technical support.
Since we were ranked in the top 10, we were included in the
A special thanks to Mr. Mook for his support with this initative, our Board of Education for realizing the importance of Technology Integration within our classrooms, and our staff for working dilligently to find exciting ways to incorporate technology within your classrooms.
Columbiana Alumni and Friends Scholarship Winners
The Columbiana Alumni and Friends Scholarship Association announces the winners of our 2011 awards. Bryce Miner (pictured from the left), son of Barry and Lisa Miner, Zachary Chaplow, son of Joe and Linda Chaplow, Hayley Goist, daughter of Kevin and Anne Goist, Molly Montella, daughter of Kim Sharshan and Steve Montella each received $1000 from CAFSA on Awards Night at Columbiana High School on May 4.
Scholarships are awarded annually to those CHS graduates who demonstrate high moral character and the potential for success. Since its first award in 1994, CAFSA has awarded a total of $43,400 to forty-nine Columbiana High School graduates.
Columbiana Graduate Hired to Work in Columbus Office
SSMS Engages Students Through The Wizard of Oz
Columbiana South Side Middle School teachers gave their 7th and 8th grade students a Halloween treat on Friday, October 29th. While the younger students enjoyed classroom parties, the older kids viewed the classic 1939 film The Wizard of Oz as their teachers paraded through the day dressed as characters from the Academy Award winner. This was a first viewing for many students who also answered detail-demanding trivia questions during and after the show. (The Scarecrow gets a diploma in what subject? Answer: Thinkology). In the afternoon, teens designed and calculated the number of bricks for a yellow brick road, wrote articles for the Oz Times and re-cast characters with modern-day actors. Students and teachers alike remembered that Oz is a place for all young at heart.
Joshua Dixon Named "A School of Promise"
South Side Middle School Earns "Excellent with Distinction"
Congratulations to Mr. Yeagley on being recognized as
Mr. Yeagley assisted the district in our 1:1 netbook initiative last year.
to find new ways to reach students and explore new ways of utilizing available technology. Mr. Yeagley was nominated by Mr. Mook-Superintendent, Mr. Cappuzzello-High School Principal, and Mr. Martin-Coordinator of Technology/Student and Staff Services.
Columbiana Exempted Village School District
3rd Grade Reading - 95.4% Passage Rate
Columbiana Scores #1 in Columbiana and Mahoning Counties in the Following Areas
6th Grade Reading - 98.7% Passage Rate
The Blue Ribbon Schools Program honors public and private elementary, middle and high schools that are either academically superior or that demonstrate dramatic gains in student achievement to high levels. In addition to being honored at a ceremony in Washington, DC, where each school receives a plaque and flag signifying their status, our school will serve as a model for other schools throughout the nation.
Columbiana High School was in the top 10% of the state of Ohio and the staff and community should be very proud of this recognition.
Joshua Dixon school gets a makeover
Columbiana Exempted Village School District earns
Columbiana Upgrading Classrooms
Nick Melone (Sr.)
Katie Libb (Soph.)
Brandon Cross (Jr.)
E-mail the Coordinator of Technology//Student and Staff Services at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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