Keystone Elementary School News
The Keystone Empowers You (KEY) collaborative and the Cleveland Clinic invite you to attend a FREE cooking class on Tuesday, March 19 at 6:30pm in the KES Cafe.
Keystone's open enrollment period is April 15-May 31, 2019
Keystone will hold Family First Night on Friday, March 15.
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.
Keystone Local Schools are in need of substitute teachers for all grade levels.
Another Day Off for Students? What Do Teachers Do on Professional Development Days?
Keystone Elementary School hosted an Information Night for parents of incoming kindergarten students. If you were unable to attend, the information presented is available online.
Keystone Schools implemented Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) programs in 2017-2018 to recognize and commend positive behavior. PBIS programs reduce problem behavior, increase academic performance, reduce bullying behaviors, and generate a positive school culture.
Keystone Instrumental Music Teacher Brett Benzin received the prestigious Ohio Music Education Association’s (OMEA) Outstanding Young Music Educator Award. This recognition is awarded annually to young educators who are committed to excellence in music education and deserving of statewide acknowledgment.
KES Speech-Language Pathologist earns recognition for her stellar work!
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.
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.
If you are new to the District and starting mid-year, please view the supply lists for each of our schools.
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.
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.