Toledo Public Schools is implementing the following procedures for the 2019 basketball season. These changes are being made with the safety and security of our students, staff members, families and spectators in mind: Entry procedures for basketball games

If you are a student at a TPS school other than the two schools competing, you must present the following form to an administrator at the gate: Athletic entrance form

The students and staff members of Bowsher High School are dedicated to showing support for military families. Take a look:

https://www.tps.org/bowsher-supports-military-families

Congratulations to Aliyah Taylor from Start High School, named the 2019 All City Volleyball Player of the Year and Waite High's Sydney Fuller, named as Coach of the Year. Read on to find out the rest of the All City Volleyball team: City League honors

Beginning this week, (the week of October 21), Toledo Public Schools will implement the following changes related to football games. These changes are being made with the safety and security of our students, staff members, families and spectators in mind. We appreciate everyone’s understanding and support:

• Gates will open at 5 p.m. – games will begin at 5:30 p.m.
• Only students who attend one of the participating schools will be admitted
• Students must show school ID at the gate - students without a valid ID will not be admitted
• Spectators who are not students may be asked to show valid ID
• TPS elementary students/younger spectators must be accompanied by an adult at all times
• Tickets will only be sold at the gate – no presale tickets sold at schools
• No ticket sales after the end of the 2nd quarter
• There will be no re-entry to the stadium
• The student dress code must be followed at athletic events, meaning no gang-related attire, no masks or facial coverings or memorial t-shirts or clothing
• No backpacks or large bags will be permitted into the stadium – all spectators and their belongings are subject to being searched
• TPS Department of Public Safety and school personnel reserve the right to refuse entrance to any student or spectator

Toledo Public Schools strives to provide an environment where all students can thrive and be challenged and supported. We currently support that goal through a variety of approaches:

  • Curriculum differentiation
  • Gifted sections of ELA and Math for 5th, 6th and 7th grades
  • Subject acceleration and EHSO
  • Whole grade acceleration following ODE guidelines and using the Iowa Acceleration Scale and approved assessments
  • College Credit Plus (CCP)
  • Honors and Advanced Placement (AP) classes