West Park Is A Title I School
This means Title I provides funding for districts with a high percentage of low income families. West Park uses Title I funds to pay teacher salaries to reduce class size. Title I funds are also used as parent involvement money, funding instructional supplies used for parent/family nights. School-Parent Compact promotes the partnership that helps students achieve Ohio’s high standards.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR WEST PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
First Day of Kindergarten The first day of kindergarten at West Park School was a great success! It was so wonderful to see so many smiley faces enter our building. Our kindergarteners were excited to be at school. Our staff was eager to welcome them into our school....
Ravenna Elementary PTO Meeting Schedule 2021-2022 The Ravenna Elementary PTO will meet on the second Tuesday of each school month at 6:00PM.* Location rotates between elementary schools. September 14th - @ West Main October 12th - @ Willyard November 9th - @ West...
Reed Memorial Library will be having their annual Summer Reading Challenge June 14th to August 9th. Children, teens, and adults can earn prize entries for every book, graphic novel, or audio book they check out. When you return your books you will also drop...
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At the beginning of May, kindergarten students in Ms. Edwards's class at West Park Elementary chose a book and a reading buddy (stuffed animal) to take home. These young readers were so excited to share these books and new "friends" with their families! These items...
Kindergarten students participated in a kindness challenge last week. Each classroom teacher and their students came up with an act of kindness they wanted to do. Not only did they spread kindness and positivity in the school, but classes also spread kindness...
West Park Elementary School students share art projects and various ways to show kindness during kindness week.
RAVENNA SCHOOLS BY THE NUMBERS
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TEACHERS WITH MASTER’S DEGREE OR HIGHER
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