The students at Worthington are “AR” Stars!!! Pictured are students that earned a star for their reading this year! Great job students!! Check out their photos
Worthington Elementary held their first Leadership Day on May 15th. Over 125 guests visited the school to learn about the wonderful things the students and staff are doing this year. The guests were greeted by students from the welcome committee as they entered the building and led to our gym for the morning program. Mr. Gall, a volunteer at Worthington Elementary addressed the guests and unveiled the banner of “Excellence” that now will be displayed in our gym for all to see. Student leader Nico Cunningham served as the Master of Ceremonies along with student leaders Todd True 1st, Josh Wells 2nd, Lucas Endicott 3rd, Maxwell Lee 2nd, Trenton Hart 3rd, Taylor Haubeil 4th, Abby Sims-Clark 3rd, CJ Wright 4th, Faith Sparks 2nd, Hannah Barnes 5th, Abby Chidester 4th, Kennedy Weber, Olivia Hambrick, Alexa Oney, Miranda Stanley, Anna Potter, & Ellie Cochenour, Shayla Beard, Quiyanna Anderson, Alaska Davis, & Olivia Johnson, Julia Hall 5th, Claire Smith 4th, Dillon McClasky 4th, Miles Oyer 4th, Reese Hatfield 4th, Sarah Beck 4th, Liliauna Carver 4th, Jayvon Maughmer 5th, Drake Helton 5th, Aries Barnes 5th, Gunner Drees 5th, Sholanda Holt 5th, Parick Rourke 5th all assisting with the program. A special thanks to our staff for organizing the event for our community and also for providing the opportunity for our students to demonstrate their leadership development. It was great day for Worthington Elementary and our community!! Photos
The CCSD BOE will hold its regularly scheduled meeting at the Chillicothe High/Middle School cafeteria beginning at 5:30 p.m. Prior to the meeting the Facilities Board Committee will meet at 4:30 p.m. The Agenda for the BOE meeting [at 5:30] includes:
In accordance with ORC 3307.353, the public shall be given notice 60 days prior to the
re-employment of a retiree. It is the intention of the Superintendent to re-employ,
Muriel Weaver, retired teacher, to serve in the capacity of Orchestra teacher for the
2013-2014 school year.
The Public Meeting will take place at the June 24, 2013 Board of Education Meeting at Chillicothe High/Middle School Cafeteria at 5:30 p.m.
I. Call to Order President
II. Roll Call Treasurer
III. Pledge of Allegiance
IV. Adoption of Board Agenda
VIII. Welcome to Visitors and Public Participation
IX. Student Liaison Report
X. Legislative Update
XI. Treasurer’s and Superintendent’s Report and Recommendations
B. Financial Reports
D. FY13 Permanent Appropriations
E. Approval of 5 Year Forecast
F. Acceptance of Gifts/Donations
G. Then and Now Certified Purchase Orders
H. Approval of Student Activity Purpose and Policy Statements
I. Approval of Renewal of School Dental Insurance with Core Source through OASIS Trust
J. Approval of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the NEA Grant between Chillicothe City School District Board of Education and Chillicothe Education Association
K. Approval of ITSCO Membership for 2013-2014 School Year
L. Accept List of Chillicothe High School Graduation Class of 2013
M. Adopt Resolution Authorizing Continued Membership in the Ohio High School Athletic Association for 2013-2014 School Year
N. Approval of Addendum to Client Agreement 130001-2013 for Funding Year 2013 with Strategic Management Solutions for E-Rate Services
O. Board Policy Consideration
P. Approval of Handbooks for 2013-2014 School Year
Q. Approval of Works International Services Agreement
R. Acknowledge Lottery for Intra-District and Inter-District Open Enrollment
S. Approval of Athletic Complex Renovation (ACR) Project Phase I Scope of Work
T. Approval of Personnel Items
2. Recall of Certificated Personnel for 2013-2014 School Year
3. RIF of Classified Personnel for 2013-2014 School Year
4. Leave of Absence Without Pay
5. Short Term Leave of Absence Without Pay
6. Administrative Change for the 2013-2014 School Year
7. Step Salary Increase
8. Certified Extended Days
9. Substitutes (used on as needed basis)
10. Amendment to Supplemental Contract for 2012-2013 School Year
11. Supplemental Contracts
12. Certificated Personnel for Summer School – (Number of positions and number of hours depends on Enrollment)
U. Discussion / Informational Items
• Facilities Board Committee Report
XII. Board Members – Comments
XIII. Executive Session
Mr. Beverly’s Social Studies classes, at CMS2, are having a World’s Fair in the CMS 2 Gymnasium. Parents and the community are invited from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Please visit to see the hard work which students have put into their projects and take a tour of the world.
Officer Ronald Meyers, father of fourth grade student Harrison, visited Tiffin Elementary this week as a guest reader. Besides reading a wonderful story to Ms. Seidel’s fourth grade class, he shared about what it is like to be a police officer. Thank you Officer Meyers for visiting our school!
The 7th and 8th grade girls softball team earned the title of Ross County Softball League championship for 2013. Go Cavs!
Lexie Magill and Jenna Muirhead received a thank you note. A visitor that they had the opportunity to give a tour of the CMS building to on Leadership Day was very impressed with both young women. Both of these young ladies, along with over twenty of their peers, took visitors around the CMS-1 building to show off the great things that are happening! Great job Lexie and Jenna!
Students in Mrs. Clark’s advanced reading classes competed in an essay contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The theme was “What Would I Tell America’s Founding Fathers?” Megan Baker won $25 and Mackenzie Elliott won $50. Congratulations to these young ladies!
Seats are still available forThe Emotional Hurricane a training offered by the CCSD Parent Mentor Program. If you are interested in attending, please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (740-253-9926) as soon as possible to register.