State Report Cards
The Ohio Department of Education has noted that districts will have lower scores this year than what they have previously received. As a district, we feel that these report cards do not reflect the education that is taking place in our schools. Brunswick City Schools is not against accountability. While the information included in the report card is questionable, we will, like all the districts in Ohio dissect the detailed data once it is received to improve instruction. We are proud of the accomplishments we have made as a district and we know that we have to continue to grow on the things we have already achieved so our students remain successful.
We had a lot of student successes during the month of February. The middle school students put on an exciting performance of Aladdin, and a number of our student athletes have continued their season into sectionals, districts and even state level competition. The orchestra at the high school reached new milestones by achieving superior ratings at the OMEA event. We are proud of you!
Finally, don’t forget that March 15 is Election Day. I encourage everyone to get out and vote. Issue 7 is a renewal issue for Brunswick City Schools. It is not a tax increase and will simply continue $3.2 million of operating money for the district. This money is used to maintain the programming and opportunities we have for our students. Issue 7 will keep Brunswick Strong!
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us. Go Big Blue!