Winter Break for TPS students will start on Thursday, December 21 (their last day of classes for 2017 will be the previous day).

Teachers will report that Thursday for a Work Day before they can start their holiday break.

District offices will be closed on Friday, December 22, and Monday, December 25, to mark the Christmas holiday and then again on Friday, December 29, and Monday, January 1, to mark the New Year holiday. Teachers are set for a Professional Development Day on Monday, January 8, when employees across the district will learn information mandated by the Ohio Department of Education.

Classes resume on Tuesday, January 8.

The Toledo Public Schools Foundation is releasing its 2018 post-secondary scholarship application due January 31, 2018.

Scholarship awards will be in the amounts of $500, $1000 and $1500. There will be general scholarship awards in addition to other named awards. The Toledo Public Schools Foundation continues to provide annual scholarships to Toledo Public Schools graduating seniors pursuing their career path at a post-secondary accredited institution.

Click here to learn more about the application process: TPS Foundation scholarships or here: to access the application

The Toledo City School District Board of Education hereby gives public notice in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 3307.353 that the following retirees will be seeking re-employment with the Board of Education in the same position following their service retirement: Yvonne Morrison, media specialist, and Jodette Hall, teacher.

The Board of Education will hold a public meeting at which the re-employment will be discussed on December 19, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. at the TPS Educational Campus, 1609 N. Summit St.

Posted on November 1, 2017

In order to give the community a complete look at the demographics and progress of Toledo Public Schools, a Data Dashboard has been created.

This dashboard is aimed at giving community members a more in-depth look at the district’s demographics and progress. Each metric is aligned with the goals of the Strategic Plan that guides the direction of the District.

Published: Friday, October 6th 2017, 10:46 pm EDT

Students and Alumni at Rogers High School weren’t just tailgating for their homecoming game against the Bowsher Rebels.

They were also tailgating to donate bottled water to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico.