Parents

Welcome New Residents
Welcome Military Families
School Information

General Information

iSafe - Internet Safety Awareness
2012-2013 Student Code of Conduct
2013-2014 School Fees
2014-15 School Calendar
Bed Bug Protocol
Head Lice Policy
Student Network and Internet Acceptable User and Safety Policy
Tornado Watch and Warning Protocol
Severe Weather Action Plan
Bullying Prevention Website

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

Welcome New Residents

Welcome to Xenia Community Schools. Xenia Community Schools offers a culturally diverse student population that prepares its students for living in our increasingly globalized world. Our high school, two middle schools and five elementary schools serve families living in the City of Xenia, Xenia Township, Village of Spring Valley, Spring Valley Township and the Village of Wilberforce.

Xenia is also the county seat of Greene County and the home of many county-based agencies.

For more information about Xenia and the surrounding area, visit our links page to visit the website of the Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce or Xenia Daily Gazette.

Xenia schools offer a traditional school year calendar. Open enrollment policies allow families to personally choose their child's school as long as space permits in that building and in that grade level.

Our schools have experienced ten straight years of improving State of Ohio test scores; one of our elementary schools was rated as "Excellent" this year.

We would like to encourage you to learn more about our district by thoroughly visiting our website or contacting the Xenia Board of Education Central Office, (937) 376-2961, if you have additional questions. Please feel free to contact our individual schools to arrange a personal tour of our buildings, meet our staff and learn first-hand what our district offers your family.

Welcome Military Families

Welcome to Xenia Community Schools. Xenia Community Schools offers a culturally diverse student population that prepares its students for living in our increasingly globalized world. Our high school, two middle schools and five elementary schools serve families living in the City of Xenia, Xenia Township, Village of Spring Valley, Spring Valley Township and the Village of Wilberforce. Xenia is also the county seat of Greene County and the home of many county-based agencies.

Our district values the contributions of our military families and recently rededicated the high school football field as “Veterans’ Field” in honor of those who have courageously served our country.

Xenia schools offer a traditional school year calendar. Open enrollment policies allow families to personally choose their child’s school as long as space permits in that building and in that grade level.

We would like to encourage you to learn more about our district by thoroughly visiting our website or contacting the Xenia Board of Education Central Office, (937) 376-2961, if you have additional questions. Please feel free to contact our individual schools to arrange a personal tour of our buildings, meet our staff and learn first-hand what our district offers your family.

School Information

Xenia High School (Grades 9 to 12)
303 Kinsey Rd.
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 372-6983

Central Middle School (Pre-School and Grade 6)
425 Edison Blvd.
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 372-7635

Warner Middle School (Grades 7 and 8)
600 Buckskin Tr.
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 376-9488

Arrowood Elementary School (K to 5)
1588 Pawnee Drive
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 372-9251

 

Cox Elementary School (K to 5)
506 Dayton Ave.
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 372-9201

McKinley Elementary School (K to 5)
829 Colorado Dr.
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 372-1251

Shawnee Elementary School (K to 5)
92 E. Ankeney Mill Rd.

Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 372-6461

Tecumseh Elementary School (K to 5)
1058 Old Springfield Pike
Xenia, Ohio 45385
(937) 372-3321

General Information

iSafe - Internet Safety Awareness
2012-2013 Student Code of Conduct
Box Top For Education information
2013-2014 School Fees
2014-2015 School Calendar
Bed Bug Protocol
Head Lice Policy
Student Network and Internet Acceptable User and Safety Policy
Tornado Watch and Warning Protocol
Severe Weather Action Plan
Bullying Prevention Website

Forms

Transcript Request Form
Student Vacation Form
Home Language Questionnaire
Home Language Questionnaire (en Espanol)
Field Trip Permission Form

Health Services Information and Forms

It can be difficult to determine what immunizations are required for your child before he/she begins school. Click "Immunization Guide" for a list of immunizations provided by the state. It is always best to check with the County Health Department or with the child's doctor who best knows what immunizations are required.

Clinic Emergency Card
Oral Medications Form
Authorization for Epinephrine Autoinjection
Authorization for Student Possession and Use of an Asthma Inhaler

No Child Left Behind Services


Progress Book
How to Create a Parent Account
How to Link Additional Students to Parent Account
How to Receive Missing Assignment or Low Grade Alerts

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Completed Student Enrollment Forms
  • Certified Student Birth Certificate, Hospital Birth Record, or Passport
  • Photo Identification of the Parent/Custodial Parent/Legal Guardian
  • Immunization Records
  • School Transcript Information or Past Grade Card
  • Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for Students with Special Needs (if applicable)
  • Proof of Custody (if applicable)
  • Proof of Residency

For more details click on the following: "Central Registration".

Where can I get a school supply list?

School supply lists for all elementary and middle schools can be found at each school.

What are the age requirements for kindergarten enrollment?

Xenia Community Schools offers full-day, every-day kindergarten. Children must be five years of age on or before September 30 to enroll in kindergarten. All kindergarten students must complete a kindergarten screening assessment. Call the Xenia Board of Education Central Office at (937) 376-2961 and ask for Central Registration.

What are Free- and Reduced-Meals?

Some of our children are eligible to receive free- or reduced-price meals through the Federal Schools Meals Program. In order to receive this benefit, eligible students must complete and return the Application for Free- and Reduced-Price Meals. You are eligible to apply for benefits any time your income changes. Forms are available at each school.

Where can I get information about bus routes?

Parents may contact the Xenia Schools Transportation Department, (937) 372-3889, to get information on bus routes.

Is there a fee to participate in athletic programs?

High school and middle school student athletes are asked to pay $100 for each sport. There is a $200 cap per participant and a $400 cap per family.

Does Xenia Schools offer a preschool program?

Xenia schools offer preschool programs for children between the ages of three and five. Classes meet four times per week for two-and-one-half hours. Preschool classes are licensed by the Ohio Department of Education; children may be enrolled at any time during the school year. Each preschool class has a teacher with a special education or pre-kindergarten certificate with validation in Early Education of the Handicapped Child. A teacher’s aide is also in each classroom. A speech therapist works with individual children, as well as the entire class on language skills one day a week. Special needs children are not required to pay for tuition and transportation is provided. To learn tuition costs for typically developing children, please call the Preschool Supervisor at (937) 376-2961.

What can Xenia schools offer my special needs child?

Xenia schools offer an intensive program for special needs and special education students. For complete information, contact the Special Education Department at (937) 376-2961.