BBHCSD District News
The Board of Education has commissioned an enrollment study by DeJong Healy to project student enrollment levels over the next few years. The study examines live birth data, historical enrollment, non-public school enrollment, community demographics, and housing information to predict student enrollment at each grade level over the coming decade.
Information from this report will be used by the Board of Education and administration as they work with members of the public to develop the district's new five year strategic vision and future master plan.
Currently posted: Lacrosse Skills Camp, Brecksville's Home Days' Children Pagent, BEES Boys Basketball June Camps for grades 2-8, BTOTS, CVCC and Camp Cheer Summer Programs, Girls K-9 Summer Basketball Camp, Camp Invention's Summer Geo-Quest Program, Broadview Heights Recreation Summer Programs, Broadview Heights Summer Baseball Programs, City of Brecksville events, and other activities.
The Brecksville-Broadview Heights Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, May 8, 2013, at 7:00 p.m., at the Education Center, 6638 Mill Road, Brecksville, OH 44141. The purpose of this meeting is for the Board and Administrators to review Strategic Vision objectives and associated action plans including a facilities report. Agenda
The Brecksville-Broadview Transportation Department is using Twitter to keep parents informed about transportation issues, such as late buses and delays due to weather and/or contruction. This micro-blogging tool is used to send short, timely updates to interested people. If you have a Twitter account, you can add @bbhtrans to the list of people you follow, and you'll receive the updates.
Mobile phone users can sign up for the updates without a Twitter account by texting "follow bbhtrans" to 40404. Remember that standard text messaging rates apply, so if your mobile plan charges you to send and receive text messages, there will be a cost associated with receiving these updates. More information on accessing Twitter from a mobile phone is available on the Twitter web site.
Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School is one of only 25 Ohio high schools, and one of only three in Cuyahoga County, to be named to national AP Achievement List. These select high schools have been honored by the College Board for expanding access to Advanced Placement (AP®) exams while maintaining or improving the rate at which students earn college credit for passing rigorous exams.