Athletic Schedules can now be found at the new
Columbiana Schools Athletics Page
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Columbiana Schools Informational Video
Joshua Dixon Informational Video
Congratulations Columbiana Softball Team
Columbiana’s Softball team is not only tough on the field but also in the classroom. The Lady Clippers won the
2016 ITCL White Division with a record of 8-0 and ranked 1st in the state of Ohio on the OHSFSCA Academic
Team with a team cumulative GPA of 3.918.
Team members include from left to right:
front row: Gillian Stilson, Alyssa Tohm, Crystal Stone, Alexis Cross
back row: Morgan Highley, Marisa McDonough, Danyelle McMaster, Haley Tohm, Elise Hammond,
Kennedy Fullum, Dee Dixon, Emily Gosselin, Holly Gotthardt
Congratulations Crystal Stone
On receiving the J.L. Francis Scholarship. The scholarship recognizes graduating
Seniors who reflect its philosophy of superior performance and a commitment to school and community
involvement. A breakfast to honor recipients was held April 29, 2016
Congratulations Aidan Matey and Josh Long
Aidan Matey and Josh Long competed together at Skills USA State competition in
Columbus this week. They received gold medals for first place in Digital Cinema
Production through the program of Interactive Media at Columbiana County Career
and Technical Center. Due to their great success at State level they will be competing
at the National tournament in Kentucky in June.
Columbiana High School Ranked Again in 2016!
Columbiana High School is ranked 76th in the State
Highest Ranking in the Tri-County Area
Click here to view Columbiana High School's Profile.
SSMS Publishes Student Newspaper
Congratulations Kyle Spickler
Congratulations to an amazing and talented Columbiana Graduate, Kyle Spickler.
has recently been honored as the Intern of the Year. He is pictured here with his YSU -
Electrical Engineering STEM Intern Achievement Award from Congressman Tim Ryan.
Columbiana Schools Offers Electronic Alerts
In an effort to further enhance school communications, Columbiana Exempted Village School District has implemented Ohio Alerts.
By signing up for Ohio Alerts, you can choose to receive important notifications through text or e-mail. As a student, parent, business leader, or community member, you can decide what alerts you would like to receive.
Receiving too many alerts? You can unsubscribe from various alert lists at any time. To get started, simply go to: http://www.ohioalerts.org/coex
You will be asked for your name, how long you would like to receive alerts leave blank to receive until you unsubscribe), text or e-mail and your mobile provider (if text). If you would like texts and emails, just sign up twice.
Standard messaging fees through your provider may apply (for text messages)
The lists we are currently offering are:
Columbiana School District
General district information (School Cancellations, Two Hour Delays, Job Postings, etc.)
Important information regarding athletics, schedule changes, etc.
Columbiana Special Education
Important information regarding changes/updates regarding Special Education
Information regarding advances in technology within our schools
Information regarding bus changes, transportation delays/changes
Noteworthy information specific to Columbiana High School
Information related to high school guidance, scheduling, scholarships, etc.
Noteworthy information specific to Joshua Dixon Elementary School
Noteworthy information specific to South Side Middle School
CHS Guidance Office Newsletters
In an effort to better inform students and parents, our high school guidance office now offers newsletters.
Click here to visit the CHS Guidance Newsletters page.
Columbiana Schools offers Pay For It
You can now add money to your child's school lunch account conveniently online
Click here to read more
- PFI manages Student Lunch Accounts
- Purchases & balances can be reviewed online
- Parents can fund student accounts online
- Adult menus can be posted & meals can be pre-ordered online
- Kitchen cashiers can verify students through online pictures, take payment from
student accounts, and inform students of their balances
- PFI can auto-replenish accounts and/or send an automated email
Congratulations Ashley Orr on being selected as a Rhodes Scholar
Click here to read the entire YSU article.
Congratulations South Side Middle School
Congratulations to South Side Middle School on being selected one of fourteen schools in Ohio to receive the 2015 National Blue Ribbon Award.
South Side Middle School is categorized as an Exemplary High Performing School.
3D is Not Just for Movies Anymore
Columbiana, OH –3D capabilities have reached a new level in not just entertainment, but also in the medical and engineering fields. Doctors are now able to use 3D devices to view a patient’s heart and find better ways to fix problems and save lives. The students at the Columbiana Schools are getting that very same opportunity. The district has purchased two 3D AV Rover carts for students to use. The carts are equipped with 30 3D glasses that enable the students to view videos and interactive modules in full 3D.
At the elementary level, students are able to use the 3D carts for lessons in language arts, math and science. There is an entire curriculum that accompanies the carts. For example, in language arts, the students are able to work with phonemes and punctuation, and in math they work with estimating, counting, and telling time. Science materials include a sun/moon explorer, seasons, day/night, and orbit. All of these materials contain interactive demonstrations or selections for students to make. They also have a science program that covers physical, life, earth, technology, personal health, resources, and environmental changes.
At the middle and high school levels, students are exposed to over 1300 topics covering math and science topics. Math topics include operations, geometry, trigonometry and calculus. Science topics include physical, life, earth and space, anatomy, biology, and social perspectives in science. There are also simulation packages that cover chemistry, anatomy, and math and an extensive cyberscience program that provides virtual dissection experiences covering topics that include astronomy, botany, earth science, anatomy, mechanical, microbiology, and zoology.
“The carts have grabbed the attention of administrators, teachers, and students and we are extremely pleased with the opportunity to have these available for our teachers and students,” said Technology Director, Jason Martin.
Columbiana is the only school district in the area that offers these unique devices to their students. This new initiative has recently been highlighted by WKBN.
Click here to view the article.