Following a recommendation from the Governor’s Office to shorten the season due to concerns that COVID-19 may spike in early winter, the Ohio High School Athletic Association announced that high school football and volleyball games are approved by the Governor. However, spectator capacity for our events will be limited, with the specific details to be listed in the guidance pieces. As Governor DeWine mentioned, an emphasis will be on allowing families and loved ones to see students participate. Guidelines outlining the policies and procedures for all home games in the sports of football and volleyball for Toronto City Schools are provided below. Please click on the link to find out more information.Guidelines for Football 2020.pdfGuidelines for Volleyball 2020.pdf
Posted Monday, August 24, 2020
The information about the mandatory OHSAA parent meeting for all Fall sports is listed below. Click the link to view the powerpoint presentation. Also provided below is a link to view the required video Lindsay's Law detailing Sudden Cardiac Arrest.Lindsay's Law 2020-2021 Parent Meeting Powerpoint
Posted Sunday, August 2, 2020
On Thursday, July 30, 2020 the Toronto Board of Education approved the Toronto City School District’s reopening plan for the 2020-2021 school year. The plan was developed by representatives of the Toronto City School District administrative, teaching, and classified staffs along with guidance from the Jefferson County Health Department, the Toronto Police Department, the TEMS Joint Ambulance District, the Toronto Fire Department, and the Jefferson County Educational Service Center. Special thanks to all of the parents who provided input about the upcoming school year by completing the parent survey. Your responses provided essential insight and guided our planning process. The full plan can be viewed by clicking the following link Toronto City School District Reopening Plan.
Posted Thursday, July 30, 2020
Toronto City School District is pleased to announce its Student Success and Wellness Plan. The district is receiving $493,180 in funding which it will use to address the safety, physical health, and mental health needs of its students. The Student Success and Wellness funds will be used to provide access to: • a full-time School Resource Officer who will improve school safety, deter aggressive behavior; and serve as a community liaison between the school district and other agencies serving the students of the district; • a full-time cognitive therapist at the elementary school to provide intervention and treatment for childhood behavioral and emotional disorders as well as counseling for mental health issues.• And continue to provide a full-time elementary school nurse to help students attain and maintain an optimal health status so that they may receive maximum benefit from their educational experiences;
Posted Friday, November 22, 2019
Red Knight Golf Team to sponsor a golf scramble!
Posted Saturday, June 1, 2019
The free clinic student physical forms are now being passed out.
Posted Wednesday, May 15, 2019