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  • Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Calendar Return to Headlines BHS First in Central Ohio Bexley High School has again earned a top spot in national rankings published by U S News and World Report Bexley is third in Ohio 158th nationwide and first in Central Ohio Schools were awarded gold silver or bronze medals based on their performance on state assessments their graduation rates and how well they prepare students for college To compile the rankings U S News used results from the 2013 2014 school year when Bexley High School had a total enrollment of 649 students including a 19 percent minority enrollment Also important in determining BHS s ranking was its high Advanced Placement participation rate of 84 percent with the school district paying for all students to take the AP exams The magazine reviewed data for some 29 000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia The rankings methodology is based on these key principles that a great high school must serve all of its students well not just those who are college bound and that it must be able to produce measurable academic outcomes to show it is successfully educating its student body across a range of performance indicators according to U S News This is impressive because it highlights our success in educating all students Dr Harley Williams Bexley s Principal of Secondary Schools Our high ratings are achieved using a variety of measures Congratulations to all our administrators faculty and staff who equally share in this designation of excellence said Board of Education President Melissa Lacroix Our students are the beneficiaries of the dedication and pursuit of innovation this team of educators provides at

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  • School Essentials Best Practices Academic Standards Testing HR Operations Facilities Treasurer Financials EZ Pay Food Services Mission Vision Strategic Priorities Staff Directory District Forms Programs Curriculum Special Education Gifted Education Food Services Health Clinics School Climate Community Technology Teaching Learning Services English Language Learners Program Summer Academy Communications Board of Education Board of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Calendar Return to Headlines Smith Receives Award Bexley s Director of Student and Community Engagement is being honored this week by the LGBTQ Center at the University of Cincinnati Leisan Smith receives the Meem Gibson Outstanding Service Award at a Rainbow Celebration ceremony Wednesday evening April 27 2016 Her efforts in establishing and growing the LGBTQ Center forever changed the University of Cincinnati and helped ensure LGBTQ students will always have a safe and welcoming environment that embraces them at UC said Amy Schlag UC s LGBTQ Center Director Ms Smith came to Bexley last year from UC where she was the LGBTQ Center Director in the university s Division of Student Affairs As Bexley s Director of Student and

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  • Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Calendar Return to Headlines District Concerned about Students Using Apps Bexley Schools Technology Director Paul Ross hosts a quarterly Technology Roundtable inviting the community in to learn about school district resources or various aspects of technology education and curriculum Mr Ross also remains vigilant about topics with more general applications part of his job is informing and educating parents teachers and students about how they are affected by technology Currently a major concern is a class of apps related to dating and friendship that recently became available to children as young as age 13 connected with a simple Facebook account The apps such as Tinder are easy to find and install Any student with an iPad iPhone or Android device plus the ability to install apps can easily access them The matchmaking mobile app Tinder for example connects with users Facebook profiles to provide pictures and ages for other users to view Using GPS technology users can set a specific radius and have the ability to match with anyone who is within that distance Most worrisome to Mr Ross is the fact that these apps lack safeguards to verify identity or profile information With dating and friendship apps nothing stops an adult from creating a fake online account and meeting kids The apps lack systems to verify a user s identity they require only a date of birth and sometimes a cell phone number mechanisms that provide no measure of online safety or security Without technology protecting young people parents guardians and teachers must exercise oversight of the apps that students use We need to set examples of productive social and ethical use and engage our kids in

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  • In particular the committee will consider BMS s open lunch practices and advise Mr Caudill about how to conduct lunch at a grades 6 8 school Dr Johnson and Board members continue to address school safety concerns with City of Bexley officials A March informational presentation open to the community included a proposed master schedule and specifics about interventions and extra supports available at the middle school The presentation can be downloaded in pdf form here Students will receive arts instruction and experiences in all three grades Sixth grade 6 weeks of visual arts 6 weeks performing arts 12 weeks of design plus elective choir band orchestra Seventh 12 weeks performing arts an advanced art option and 12 weeks of design plus band choir orchestra Eighth 12 weeks of visual arts 12 weeks of design plus band choir orchestra Mr Caudill is still working on the schedule details and conferring with arts specialists to expand the time that orchestra band and choir students meet to two out of every three days rather than the current every other day Recapping the benefits 1 Grades 6 8 should be taught with continuity and the current K 5 and 6 8 set up interrupts that Bexley is required by law to follow Ohio s academic standards These are organized and tested according to grade bands K 5 and 6 8 Standards for 6 8 assume that every subject is taught every day which is not the case with elementary school schedules 2 Students being ready for middle school matters because the middle grades are increasingly vital to academic success Eighth grade achievement is the most significant determinant in predicting college and career readiness for all students according to a study by the ACT Click here for the full ACT report Academic rigor and expectations have increased for this age group We are teaching subjects at the middle school level that we used to teach in high school said Dr Johnson Students who are academically ready for a challenging high school experience have a greater chance of success after graduation Sixth graders will get targeted academic support with the middle school s Response to Intervention RtI program Students receive intervention in a personalized way with skill specific classes co teaching small group study halls and additional time with teachers The BMS schedule makes this possible in a way that the elementary schedule does not allow 3 Sixth graders will get many social emotional supports and extracurricular and community service opportunities at Bexley Middle School And social emotional supports will increase for all students K 8 The BMS environment is focused on the specific needs of young adolescents with staff who have the training and desire to work with this age group BMS will add a counselor to lower the counselor to student ratios at the middle school and all three elementary schools Health classes and the advisory program are dedicated to their concerns BMS devotes three full days each year to community and service

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  • Education Gifted Education Food Services Health Clinics School Climate Community Technology Teaching Learning Services English Language Learners Program Summer Academy Communications Board of Education Board of Education Superintendent s Office District Policies Athletics Parent Student Parent Student Links Staff Directory Course Sites on Canvas Photo Gallery Arts Theatre Arts Music Visual Arts Canvas Calendar Return to Headlines Walk Bike to School on May 4 Bexley Schools volunteer Health and Wellness committee and the elementary school PTOs will host the Walk Bike to School Day on Wednesday May 4 2016 Sponsored by the National Center for Safe Routes to School the event encourages families to walk or cycle to school to promote safety healthier habits and cleaner environments Cassingham plans include a picnic lunch on the beautifully sun filled Cassingham front lawn said Principal Jeannine Hetzler Zero waste will be our goal and student council representatives are asked to mind the trash collection from their class on their class trash bag The reps leave the bag in a particular spot on front of the building so that we can assess how close to zero waste we get In the past we ve been super close The Montrose PTO will offer incentives

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