Quick Links

Many Voices Process (MVP) 

To see the values that emerged in our conversations with nearly 1,000 voices during phase 1, click here

(click the link above to visit our E-Learning Page)

(click the link above to visit our B.Y.O.T. Page)

Volunteer Information

All volunteers are required to have current BCI and FBI fingerprint background checks on file with the district. Click here for more information on volunteering and background checks.


Each month’s Curriculum Connections e-newsletter will give you the latest curriculum headlines from our own classrooms with important links for parents and families.

To see the March 2015 issue, click here.

To see previous issues of Curriculum Connections, click here.

What do I need to know about Ebola?

Ebola fact sheet for basic understanding and awareness. 

Calendar & Events

<<May 2015>>

Panther Headlines

The Thirst Project 5K is May 9 at CareFlight Field




The Franklin-Springboro Thirst Project partnership will continue with a special 5K event at CareFlight Field on Saturday, May 9.

Click here to register online through Speedy-Feet.






EPIC Teacher Award Nominations Due May 7



Springboro Community City Schools will honor three classroom teachers with the first annual EPIC Teacher Award this year. The award will recognize teachers  who Engage, Prepare, Inspire, and Challenge their students. Parents, staff, and community members are encouraged to nominate teachers. The deadline is May 7. To see the full news release, click here.


To download the EPIC Teacher Award nomination form, click here.


Volunteer readers are needed for proposed novels

Our district is looking for parent and community volunteers to read novels that are proposed for instruction in grades six through 12.  If you are interested and have time to read a novel or two, review copies are available at the Junior High building.  Email Joyce Ringler for more information. Thank you in advance for your time in helping us to improve our students’ literary experiences at Springboro.



Vote for SHS Student-Artists Online

SHS Students Sarah Kelly and Samantha Hartzell were selected for the annual congressional show sponsored by Congressman Steve Chabot. Visit https://chabot.house.gov/forms/form/?ID=3059 to vote for #17 (Hartzell’s “Perching Owl”) or #18 (Kelly’s “Untitled”). Their artwork is among the top 20 pieces selected in the greater Cincinnati area in this annual competition. The first place artwork will hang in the United States Capitol for one year. Second place will hang in Congressman Chabot’s Washington DC office, and the top Warren County student artwork will hang in his Warren County office for one year.

Click here to vote for our SHS student-artists!


District's Popular Annual Financial Report for 2014



In an effort to share financial information from our district in a user-friendly format, the Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) summarizes the revenues and expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2014. The PAFR is available for download here. Printed copies can be requested from the district’s central office at 937-748-3960.










End of the 2015 School Year Calendar Update

Springboro Community City Schools have used seven calamity (snow) days this year. Our district schedule allows for five calamity days. Therefore, the school year will be extended.

The last day of school for students at Dennis, Five Points, Springboro Intermediate, Sprinoro Junior High, and Springboro High School is now Friday, June 5, 2015.

The last day of school for A.M. Kindergarten students at Clearcreek is also Friday, June 5, 2015. The last day for all preschool students at Clearcreek is Thursday, June 4, 2015. Due to a weather-related early dismissal, P.M. Kindergarten students will attend school for one additional day. The last day of school for P.M. Kindergarten is Monday, June 8, 2015.



Springboro Community City Schools Posts Quality Profile


The Quality Profile is designed to be a companion to Ohio’s Local Report Card because it includes additional accountability measures that define a high-quality education in ways that are not captured on the state report card. Springboro’s first Quality Profile provides a snapshot of operations and achievements.
To read our district's Quality Profile, click here. 



In accordance with State and Federal law, Springboro Community City Schools will provide reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities who wish to attend and/or participate in school events. Such individuals should notify the Superintendent if they require a reasonable accommodation.