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XCSF Invites Grant Applications for 2016-17

The Xenia Community Schools Foundation (XCSF) is seeking a first round of applications for classroom grants for next school year. Applications submitted through May 31, 2016, will be reviewed by the Grants Committee in early June. Applicants will be given notice of the XCSF Board of Directors’ decisions by June 30, 2016. XCSF grant funds, including the designated grants described below, will total $25,000.00 for the 2016-2017 school year.

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Superintendent Weekly Update

I hope that this weekly update finds you in good health and enjoying some relaxation this weekend. The state testing is behind us except for social studies and science at the elementary schools.  Everything has gone very well so far.  Thanks to everyone for making this process go so smoothly and for ensuring that our kids did their very best every day.  I have heard nothing but positives over the last few weeks with regard to testing. I also want to thank every single one of you for all of your hard work and dedication to our students on this Teacher and Staff Appreciation week.  The great job you do is noticed and appreciated by the Board, our administrative team, and by our entire community.   Hope you have a great week. 

High School Update-   Congratulations to the Symphonic Band and the Vocal Ensemble as they performed Friday night and Saturday afternoon in the Ohio Music Educator's State Adjudicated Event for Region 12.  Both did a terrific job and received a score of "Excellent".  Great job to the directors Javaan and Eric and to all of the students who have worked so hard to earn this amazing accomplishment. Kudos also to the Advanced Theater Productions group and the National Honor Society who teamed up to put on a terrific Talent Show this past Thursday evening.  Everyone did a great job.

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Zumba and Lupus Foundation

On Saturday, April 30, the Xenia High School football players got their Zumba on to support Jasmine Tolbert and the Lupus Foundation. Staff and members of the community also came out to shake off their winter blues in support. 

Hall of Honor

The Xenia Community Schools Foundation held their 18th annual Hall of Honor Celebration this past Saturday evening at Tecumseh.  Gabrielle Enright served as the Master of Ceremonies and Jeff Brock delivered the invocation.  Kelli Michalski served as pianist for the event.  Executive Director Barbara Stafford  and Brian Liming, XCSF Board President, presented the awards to Chad Jackson (Class of 1998), Jane Newton (Class of 1976), Donald Person (Class of 1973) Richard "Dick" Strous (Class of 1951), and Robert Williams.  It was a great event.  

Superintendent to receive Excellent Educator of the Year Award

Congratulations to Xenia Community School District superintendent as he was named the recipient of the Cedarville University School of Education’s inaugural Excellent Educator of the Year Award. He will receive the award at the school of education’s Teacher Education Program graduation celebration May 6. “I am honored to receive this award,” Morrison said. “Cedarville University is well known for graduating top-notch young people going into the field of education. I am fortunate to be surrounded by so many wonderful people here in Xenia and I believe that due to our team approach many good things happen.” The award was created to recognize outstanding efforts in education, specifically those who help further the cause of Cedarville, according to Dean of the school of education Dr. Jeremy Ervin. 


Spring Sports Schedule

It is that time for middle school and high school softball, baseball, track and boys tennis teams to begin action.  Good luck to all of our teams!  For a spring sports schedule, click here.

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