The police have determined that today's bomb threat was not credible. I commend our students, teachers, staff and administrators for handling a very difficult situation well. There will be an ongoing investigation and as always, we will continue to make decisions with the safety of students as the top priority.
We ask that in your 2016-17 budget you freeze the state funding levels for any school district that has already absorbed major state funding cuts.
Superintendent John Krupinski notified the Board of Education last night that he will retire at the end of this school year.
Strongsville Board of Education Members expressed disappointment with the Governor's School Funding Proposal and vowed to fight to minimize any further cuts to the District.
Strongsville City Schools is pleased to announce the continuation of full-day, tuition based kindergarten program for the 2015-2016 school year.
Strongsville City Schools is focused on providing an exemplary educational experience for the students and families we serve. To accomplish this goal, district objectives have been enacted with a focus on student achievement and financial prudence.
The Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) is Ohio’s strategy for ensuring a systematic and coherent approach for building district capacity in meaningful and real ways. The OIP allow districts to improve instructional practice on a district-wide basis, and make and sustain significant improvement in student performance measured against consistent academic standards.