RSSCategory: Elementary News

Information for parents of Swift and Clermont students

| September 11, 2019

  The following letter from principals Paul Gladfelter and Chris Zander will be been sent home today with students at Swift Middle School and Clermont Elementary. Dear Swift Middle School and Clermont Elementary Parents and Guardians: We wanted to send you a quick note providing you with information concerning a broken lock which was discovered on one […]

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September is Attendance Awareness Month

September is Attendance Awareness Month

| September 6, 2019

Consistent, sustained attendance is critically important to the success of children in school. In fact, research shows that by 9th grade, attendance is a better predictor of a student’s likelihood to graduate than their previous years test scores! September is Attendance Awareness Month in the Solanco School District. Improving and maintaining good attendance among all […]

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Students are back in school – 2019-2020 school year is underway!

Students are back in school – 2019-2020 school year is underway!

| August 26, 2019

  Scenes from Solanco schools as students returned to school for the 2019-2020 school year. Solanco is looking forward to an exciting and successful school year. Scroll down for more information and photos.         Motorists are urged to drive with even extra caution as school buses are back on the road. Be aware of […]

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New teachers, school counselor and assistant principal in Solanco schools

New teachers, school counselor and assistant principal in Solanco schools

| August 21, 2019

Sixteen new teachers and additional new staff members will be in Solanco schools and classrooms for the 2019-2020 school year.                 New elementary teachers in Solanco, left to right: Allison Hower (Clermont Elementary), Stacey Maurer (Clermont), Emily Garber (Bart-Colerain and Providence), Maryanne Robertson (Bart-Colerain), Shae Lynch (Clermont), Ashley […]

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Teachers and students say “goodbye” – summer break is underway

Teachers and students say “goodbye” – summer break is underway

| June 11, 2019

The 2018-2019 school year has concluded as students dismissed one final time on Tuesday. At Smith Middle School and other Solanco schools, teachers went outside to send off their students for the summer. Our hard-working students have earned the opportunity to rest, re-energize, spend time at the pool and beach, travel with family and enjoy other summertime activities. […]

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Graduating seniors celebrated in all schools

Graduating seniors celebrated in all schools

| June 7, 2019

The inspirational “Cap and Gown Walk” by graduating seniors has become an annual event in Solanco. Only hours prior to their upcoming graduation Friday evening, seniors visited Solanco elementary and middle schools where students and staff greeted them with rousing cheers, high-fives and handmade signs of congratulations, and Pomp and Circumstance. Many elementary and middle school students were […]

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Celebration of student talent at Extensions Night

Celebration of student talent at Extensions Night

| May 30, 2019

Solanco students’ incredible ingenuity, problem-solving and creativity skills were displayed at Extensions Night at the high school. Talented and hard-working elementary, middle and high school students demonstrated their best work and discussed their fascinating projects with parents, students, teachers and community members. Ryan Humphries, Solanco Teacher of the Gifted, said students are required to  “speak about their […]

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Solanco honors its 2019 retirees

Solanco honors its 2019 retirees

| May 7, 2019

Lisa Deibler, Dawn Kreider, Marge McCauley, Stephanie Lininger, Sandy Lausch. A principal, library assistant and three teachers with more than 100 years of combined service to Solanco are retiring. They are, in the photo, Solanco High School fitness teacher Lisa Deibler with 14 years of service, high school fitness teacher Dawn Kreider with 32.5 years, high […]

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