All offices will be closed today, Wednesday, June 19, in observance of Juneteenth. Let's take this time to reflect and honor this important day. #Juneteenth
2 days ago, Beavercreek City Schools
Juneteenth
Coy Cookout '24 was a great success. Smiling faces, laughter, and joy filled Coy Middle school as students enjoyed hotdogs, basketball, volleyball, Karaoke, crafts, inflatables,a movie and more. They celebrated their hard work and success on their OST this year. It was a day to bond and celebrate!
28 days ago, Jacob Coy Middle School
collage of photos.  Pictures show a teacher handing out hotdogs, and other teacher cooking hotdogs, student making bracelets out of beads and knot tying, Other pictures show students making sand art, butterfly magnets, a frog toy, and inflatiables.
Photo colllage.  Student shooting a basket, Students playing volleyball, student singing karaoke, groups of studnet smiling at the camera as they travel from one activity to another.
Taking a trip to the past, Ms. Burk's social studies classes participated in the activities required to become a knight. Students researched and build their own family shields, constructed castles and used catapults. Students that completed all the requirements were knighted. Congratulations, Knights of the Coy Relm.!
29 days ago, Jacob Coy Middle School
Studnets working on their castle in the top picture, Studnets researching their shields in the middle and class of students holding up their shields in the bottom picture.
4 Studens with their personal shields in the top left, Student being knighted by the teacher in the top right, student team with catapult middle left and student team with their castle in the middle right, at the bottom is a short clip of th catapult firing a small ball at one of the castles in a mock battle.
πŸŽ‰ What a fantastic day! Today marked the end of the 2023-2024 school year for our students. Enjoy your summer break, Beavercreek! β˜€οΈ See you in the fall! #BcreekSchools
30 days ago, Beavercreek City Schools
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
As we get ready for summer, remember kids can eat FREE! Find no-cost summer meals in your area. There’s no sign-up needed for children under 18 to receive healthy food. β‡’ https://education.ohio.gov/KidsEat
about 1 month ago, Beavercreek City Schools
summer food program
πŸŽ“βœ¨ It's Creek Fact Friday! Did you know that the class of 2024 has an impressive 285 graduates with a GPA of 3.5 or higher? 🌟 #CreekFactFriday #AcademicExcellence #BeavercreekClassOf2024
about 1 month ago, Beavercreek City Schools
Creek Fact Friday
πŸŽ‰πŸ€Όβ€β™‚οΈ Huge congratulations to Coy Middle School student Chase Randolph on his phenomenal success this wrestling season! πŸ† Chase achieved the Ohio Triple Crown by securing state titles at the OAC Grade School (for the fourth time!), Ohio Freestyle, and Ohio Greco-Roman state wrestling tournaments. πŸ₯‡πŸ₯‡πŸ₯‡ He's now set his sights on completing the national triple crown, having already triumphed at the USA National Folkstyle Tournament earlier this year. πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ’ͺ Let's cheer him on as he gears up to compete for the freestyle and Greco-Roman titles this summer in Iowa! #WrestlingChampion #TripleCrownWinner #GoChase
about 1 month ago, Beavercreek City Schools
Chase
Chase
Chase
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πŸ† Congratulations to the Beavercreek Black Middle School team on earning a GWOC championship! ⚾️
about 1 month ago, Beavercreek City Schools
middle school baseball GWOC
🌟🍎 This week has been all about showing our teachers and staff the love they truly deserve for National Appreciation Week! πŸŽ‰ Huge thanks to everyone who went above and beyond to make our staff feel appreciated. And a special shoutout to Ryan Rushing from Beavercreek Township, who stopped by yesterday to present Superintendent Otten with a Proclamation recognizing Teacher Week from the Township! πŸ“œπŸ‘ #TeacherAppreciationWeek #ThankYouStaff #CommunitySupport 🌟
about 1 month ago, Beavercreek City Schools
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🌟 Staff Spotlight: Katey Ford 🌟 Let's shine a spotlight on Katey Ford, one of the invaluable members of our transportation department! 🚌 With eight years of dedicated service to the district, Katey wears multiple hats as a bus driver and on-board instructor. When asked about the most influential person in her career, Katey credits Lindy Shumaker. Her favorite memory at BCS is when Lindy offered her the OBI position. "I know it's what I'm meant to do," says Katey. "Our transportation department is crucial, and we all strive to do our best. I'm grateful to be part of that." Outside of work, Katey cherishes family time and cheers on her son at baseball games. For her, being a part of the Creek family means building strong relationships within the Beavercreek District. "I love the Beavercreek District and the relationships I've formed, not only with my coworkers but also the families in the district," she shares. 🚌 #StaffSpotlight #BeavercreekPride 🌟
about 1 month ago, Beavercreek City Schools
staff spotlight
πŸŽπŸ“š Happy National Teacher Day to the amazing educators at Beavercreek City Schools! Your commitment to shaping young minds and fostering a love for learning is truly inspiring. Thank you for all that you do each and every day! πŸ§‘πŸ–€
about 1 month ago, Beavercreek City Schools
National Teacher Day
Thank you Wright State University and the Medical students who came out to share their time and knowlege with Coy's 6th grade students. Students were able to see, feel, and learn about the heart, brain, lungs, liver, kidneys, stomach and bones. This was truly an amazing opportunity for our students during their life science unit. Thank you!!
about 2 months ago, Jacob Coy Middle School
Collage with WSU and Medical Presentation at the top.  on the page are pairs and groups of students engaged in presenations from WSU medical students.  At the bottom of the page is a group phot of all the medical students and one of the classes that particiapted in the presentations.
collage with Coy Beaver Logo,  Thank you, and Wright State University college of Health, Education, and Human Services at the top.  10 photos of pairs and groups of students engaged in presentations from WSU medical students.
Career Day 2024! Coy wants to thank all of the community members that came in and shared their jobs and time with our students! The students had an opportunity to hear and experience many different carreers. You could hear the excitement and the "I want to be a ____ in the halls as students moved from one presentation to the next. We are so grateful to have such a caring and generous community. Thank you to all that helped make this such a successs! Thank you! (here a few photos, more to come)
about 2 months ago, Jacob Coy Middle School
Title Career day 2024 with a collage of pictures of students wating presentations from Hair sylists, doctor, parametic and pharmacist.  Two pictures of students using a stethescope.
Career day 2024 title with collage of students watching presentations from a mechanical engineer, travel agent, phlobotomist, and news reporter.  Two picture of students learning to draw blood on a fake arm and two pictures of students using a news camera and microphone pretending to be newscasters.
Fact Friday Alert! πŸ“’ Here's a fun fact to kick off your weekend: The 2024 graduating class totals an outstanding 544 graduates! 🌟 #FactFriday #BHSClassof2024
about 2 months ago, Beavercreek City Schools
Fact friday
πŸ† Congratulations to the Beavercreek Middle School Girls Track Team for their outstanding victory at the GWOC Championship yesterday held at Beavercreek High School! #BcrkSchools
about 2 months ago, Beavercreek City Schools
ms schools track champs
🏫🍎 Happy School Principals' Day! 🍎🏫 May 1st is dedicated to honoring the incredible educational leaders who play a vital role in shaping our schools and communities. 🌟 Today, let's take a moment to express our gratitude to the dedicated principals who tirelessly work to ensure the success and well-being of our children. πŸ–€ Dale Wren - Beavercreek High School 🧑 Jaimie Sweet - Ferguson Hall Freshman Building πŸ–€ Brian Shimko - Ankeney Middle School 🧑 Andrea Ferguson - Coy Middle School πŸ–€ Joell Mangan - Fairbrook Elementary 🧑 Jon Webb - Main Elementary πŸ–€ Sue Bamford - Parkwood Elementary 🧑 Susan Peveler - Shaw Elementary πŸ–€ Lisa Walk - Trebein Elementary 🧑 Sarah Chivington - Valley Elementary πŸ–€ Kristine Montague - Preschool Center
about 2 months ago, Beavercreek City Schools
principals
At Coy Middle School, Ms. Culp's math classes were beaming with excitement as they dove into a Math Glow Party! πŸ’« Students tackled hands-on activities at various stations, putting their math skills to the test in a vibrant and engaging way. From puzzles to challenges, our brilliant students truly illuminated the classroom with their mathematical prowess!
about 2 months ago, Beavercreek City Schools
Coy Glow Math
Coy Glow Math
Coy Glow Math
Coy Glow Math
Coy Glow Math
Congratulations to our Coy Middle School winners of the Young Writers contest, The Glitch. They will be published and celebrated for their excellence in writing. Way to go, Elizabeth, Merry, and Sienna!
about 2 months ago, Jacob Coy Middle School
three students in front of Glitch poster who won a writing contest for the Glitch
Congratulations to our middle school track team! The girls clinched 1st place, and the boys secured 2nd in the Dayton Public Schools Invitational! πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ They showcased their talent and set numerous personal records along the way! 🌟 #CreekPride
about 2 months ago, Beavercreek City Schools
middle school track
Math Glow Day! Ms. Culp's 6th grade math classes love Math so much they glow! As a reward and review, students completed 6 glowing math stations. Under black light, students created and solved equations, tested their problem solving and balance skills, worked the numberline, and competed in a couple friendly completitions. A Glowing Good Time was had by all!!
about 2 months ago, Jacob Coy Middle School
The top center headling, "Glow Math" surrounded by images of students in  smal groups, solving equtions with glowing highlighters, solving math problems using glowing Jenga bloxks, a small groups of students on the floor using a glowing numberline to solve problems and several students solving problems using glowing highlighters.
collage of pictures showing 6th grade students participting in math stations in a blacklight room with glowing blocks,, cards and highlighters.