Academic awards, fun and friendship day, Powerschool information request
Outstanding teacher and support member of the year, STEM Day, PRIDE program, Young Writers open house
Graduate signs with NFL, athletes break records, young writers open house.
AIR testing, Big Smiles, college commitment, strategic plan update
AIR testing, bell schedules, mobile dentistry services, open enrollment
Positive feedback continues from career fair, talented musicians and vocalists, upcoming vaping parent session.
School calendars solidified, community spirit at Keystone, free cooking class a success, upcoming parent sessions.
Conclusion of third grading period, upcoming career fair, KEY free cooking class, AIR testing on the horizon
Family first night, drama club outstanding performance, congratulations to STEM Club, and career fair information
Family literacy night a success, Dr. Seuss celebration at KES, KHS musical update, employment information
Congratulations Scott Terry, upcoming events, KHS winter musical, and links to meeting documents!
Thank you for all of your feedback regarding our school calendars in the upcoming years. After analyzing the responses we received, as well as talking with our staff, administrators, and students, I will be recommending to the Board of Education to vote for...click to read more.
Our students work hard every day to achieve academic, social, and personal goals. Today, I would like to recognize students at all three schools who earned academic accolades during...click to continue reading.
It has been a very short week due to our closures for frigid temperatures. As a reminder, the fitness center at the High School and indoor walking at the Elementary School will be cancelled on any day that school is not in session, regardless of the status of after-school activities. Hopefully this will be our first and last round of these temperatures this winter season.
Keystone High School is hosting a Career Exploration Fair on Thursday, March 21. They are seeking individuals and businesses to showcase their career opportunities for our students and families. This is a valuable program for our students and community members. As such, the career fair will take place during the school day and in the early evening.
I would like to recognize all Keystone staff for their leadership, which not only benefits our District but also provides a model for other schools.
Check out the newsletter from Keystone Superintendent Dan White for the week of January 7-11, 2019.
It’s hard to believe, but Christmas is nearly here! I would like to congratulate our students, teachers, and parents on their outstanding work over the past seventeen weeks. Throughout this time, our students demonstrated their knowledge on a variety of state assessments, in our classrooms, and throughout our District.
It’s hard to believe, but holiday break is just around the corner. In the spirit of the season, all three of our schools have done an amazing job holding donation drives to benefit those in our local community who can use some extra help this holiday season. Our Christmas for Kayden Toy Drive continues next week, and if you would like to participate, please bring in unwrapped new toys to any one of our school’s offices by Friday, December 14. I would also like to thank all who participated in the collection of canned goods and non-perishable food items at the Elementary and Middle Schools.
Welcome back Keystone! I hope you enjoyed the Thanksgiving holiday and are looking forward to the many upcoming events and programs we have at Keystone throughout December.
As we near the Thanksgiving holiday, I would like to express my gratefulness for our staff, community, and parents for all they do to enhance students’ education.
I would like to begin this week by thanking our presenters and organizers who facilitated our Parent Seminar last night. Powerful and pertinent information was shared that was very valuable to all attendees. As a reminder, information regarding the topics discussed is on the Lorain County Health Department’s website @ http://lcbmh.org/talk-child-suicide/.
I would like to thank our community for participating in our Family First Night. Several local businesses joined us in this effort by offering discounts and promotions on their foods and services: thanks to Michelle’s Café, LaGrange Convenient, The Depot, The Nest at Grey Hawk, LaGrange IGA, LaGrange East of Chicago Pizza, and Grafton Marco’s Pizza. Keystone is appreciative of this support as well as the continual dedication of our parents and local community.
Throughout the nation, schools are taking part in the Red Ribbon Campaign. This campaign is sponsored by the National Family Partnership with the goal of raising awareness about the dangers associated with drug use as well as promoting the variety of preventative actions that can be taken to reduce and eliminate drug use.
Our Keystone family faced a devastating loss this week with the passing of one of our students. During this time of grief, I have seen such kindness and support amongst our students and staff. Our support systems remain in place to help address the lingering effects that may arise from this loss. Our guidance counselors, administrators, Bellfaire representatives, and social worker are all resources we encourage our students to utilize. We also have information on our website to help guide parents in discussing this loss with their children.