Back to School '14-'15

Supply lists for preschool through eighth grade are here.

How to Volunteer

Volunteers help in many ways in our schools. One way to get connected to volunteer opportunities is through our PTOs. Any volunteer who will be working in settings alone with students (e.g. helping a reading group in a hallway or Camp Kern chaperones) must have a background check on file with the District Human Resources Office. 

Volunteer Guidelines

Background Check Information



Calendar & Events

<<August 2014>>

Panther Headlines

A message about BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) on August 26, 2014. 


E-learning Information for Students and Families

Our district is adopting new curriculum for students in sixth through twelfth grades. The new curriculum in mathematics, language arts, and Spanish, French, and German language courses will employ electronic textbooks, also known as e-books. 

With the expansion of e-learning and BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) to the high school, we know that students and families might have questions.

Please click here for a comprehensive list of FAQs. 

Click here to preview e-books for language arts and math (Grades 6-8; Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry).

Click here to test your computer's browser for compatibilty for high school math.

Click here to see recommended system requirements for language arts (6-12) and math (6-8, Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry).


Click here for information about Springboro Intermediate Student Schedules. 

Athletic Pass Information is here!


Click here to download order information for 2014-2015 Athletic Passes. 

Click on the Athletics tab above for schedules and more information about Panther sports. 


Thank you for speaking up! 


The Many Voices Process (MVP) is a conversation about the future of our schools. The first phase of the MVP--about what we value in and expect from our schools wrapped up with meetings on August 5Click here for more information.  





District launches Curriculum Connections monthly e-newsletter






Each month’s Curriculum Connections e-newsletter will give you the latest curriculum headlines from our own classrooms, showcase teachers, students and programs, and share important links for parents and families.

To see the first issue, click here. 

To see the 8/14/14 issue, click here.