Joined by family and friends, Keystone High School seniors Shelby Fortune, Sydney Campbell, Autumn Acord, and Sydnie Jarrett signed letters of intent for college athletic scholarships.
Throughout the year, Keystone students and staff hold many fundraisers, donation drives, and events to support local families in need of additional support.
Purchase items from the KMS/KHS PTA's fall spirit sale @ https://gvstores.com/keystonespirit/shop/home.
Congratulations to our Elementary, Middle, and High school students earning academic honors for the first grading period.
Keystone High School senior Justin Lenz signed a letter of commitment to attend and play baseball at the University of Northwestern Ohio.
Students, staff, and community members donate items to Keystone High School’s Kindness Closet. Presently, we have clothing, shoes, coats, hats and gloves, school supplies, self-care, book bags, lunch boxes, and more. Anyone in the community is welcome to receive these items, regardless of their association with Keystone Schools.
We are dedicated to creating a school environment that focuses on the “Whole Child.” Students are much more than just academic achievers; they are individuals who need to feel safe, encouraged, and supported.
Congratulations to the High School's scholar athletes!
Keystone Local Schools are in need of substitute teachers for all grade levels.
When a suicide occurs, it is a traumatic event for a school or community and the impact on young people can be significant. Suicide can elicit a range of emotional and behavioral responses.
All three Keystone Schools earned the PBIS Bronze Recognition Award from the Ohio Department of Education’s State Support Team. PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports. The purpose of this program is to recognize and commend positive behavior.
Issued yearly by the Ohio Department of Education, a school’s report card grade is based on a district’s score on six measures of performance: Achievement, Progress, Gap Closing, K-3 Literacy, Graduation Rate, and Prepared for Success. This year, one of the numerous areas in which Keystone Schools excelled was on the Achievement Indicator (1) as we outscored the state average on all but one of the 21 tests.
Please read an important message from the School Nurse Mrs. Corrani concerning when to keep your child home from school when he/she is ill.
KMS Homework Help is in the Middle School library every Monday and Wednesday from 2:45-3:30! Take advantage of this helpful resource!
Ohio Standards require that we align our District's emergency operations plan to include the notification that if there is an emergency, we will use an all-call system to notify parents.
If you are new to the District and starting mid-year, please view the supply lists for each of our schools.