|Trotwood-Madison City Schools||Trotwood, Ohio
The mission of the Trotwood-Madison City Schools is to graduate all students prepared to excel in a global society with a commitment to lifelong learning by guaranteeing a challenging curriculum facilitated by an innovative and dedicated staff, community participation and state-of-the-art resources in a stimulating atmosphere.
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Over 2,500 students in grades pre K-12 attend our five Schools: One Early Learning Center, two Elementary Schools, one Middle School, and one High School
10th largest school district in Montgomery County
139th largest school district in Ohio
Full-day Kindergarten and Half Day Preschool
Our Pre-K through 8th grade students have a uniform dress code
Conveniently located in Trotwood, Ohio near I-70 & I-75
Located in proximity to a large metropolitan area
Just minutes away from the city of Dayton, Dayton International Airport, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Wright State University, Central State University, Wilberforce University, the University of Dayton, the United States Air Force Museum, the Dayton Art Institute, and the National Afro American Museum
Established partnership with Good Samaritan Hospital
One of a select number of districts working in formal partnership with Wright State University
The staff of Trotwood-Madison met at their annual convocation on August 10, 2016. Watch the video below to see what we accomplished in the 2015-16 school year.
Superintendent Kevin Bell and Trotwood Mayor Mary McDonald worked with the Governor's office through the Operation"Warm Coat Program" to provide winter coats to any students K-3 that requested one with parent authorization.
Volunteers from both the City of Trotwood and Trotwood-Madison City Schools worked together to distribute the coats at the Early Learning Center(11/28) and Madison Park Elementary(12/14)
|Members of the Trotwood-Madison City Schools Board of Education along with Superintendent Kevin Bell and Treasurer Janice Allen, celebrate the volunteers that worked at each of buildings throughout the school year.|
School Board Members along with Superintendent Kevin Bell and Treasurer Janice Allen congratulate the retirees closing out their service with Trotwood-Madison City Schools.
Retirees pictured in the front from left to right are:Jan Polk, Jeanne Bowers, Denise Brown, Lalani Spain, Carolyn Holp and Eleanor Pinkard.
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|Elementary School Monthly Parent Meetings|
Please plan to attend our scheduled meetings at the
following schools and dates. All meetings begin at
Wed, 1/25/17 - Westbrooke Village
Wed, 2/22/17 - Madison Park
Wed, 3/22/17 - Early Learning Center
Wed, 4/26/17 - Westbrooke Village
Click here to print a reminder.
|District Saves over $260,000 in Energy Costs|
|Trotwood-Madison City Schools saved more than $260,000 in energy costs just one year after completing a sweeping energy management project. Electric usage was down more than 30% and gas consumption was down 20% following updates to lighting and air filtration systems ar all district buildings. "When we lauched this project in 2014, we did it with the intention of reducing our energy consumption so that we could better invest our dollars where they matter - in the classroom." said treasurer, Janice Allen. Click here to read more.|
|MS and HS Choir Concerts|
The Trotwood-Madison Middle School Choir, also know as "A
Family of Voices" performed at the Ohio School Board
Association Student Achivement Fair in Columbus on Nov.
15th. They also performed with our High School Choir
at the HS Choir Concert at 7:00 pm on the same day.
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|Positive Words About Ram Soccer Players|
|A Tippicanoe HS parent had wonderful things to say about the exceptional "sportsmanship and class" demonstrated by our Trotwood student-athletes and coaches at the recent Varsity Soccer playoff game with Tippicanoe HS. Click here to read more.|
|Madison Park Elementary Receives State Recognition|
|Madison Park Elementary School has been recognized for their success with Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS). PBIS involves teaching students expected behaviors in a consistent and positive way, modeling and acknowledging those behaviors, and helping all students meet expectations and be successful. They are one of only 55 schools in Ohio to be recognized for this accomplishment. Click here to read more.|
|District Focus on Improved Student Attendance|
|Trotwood-Madison exceeded it's 2015-16 district attendance goal of 94% and has now set a goal of 94.5% for the 2016-17 school year. Our staff is working dilligently with students and families to make sure students attend school daily and arrive on time. Click here to see how your child's school is doing.|
|Student Interviewed by Dayton Daily News|
|The Dayton Daily News has profiled one of our High School Juniors. Click here to read the article.|
|Middle School Teachers and Students in the News|
|Trotwood Middle School students raised money for breast cancer awareness and teamed with the Sinclair Community College basketball program to honor survivors. Click here to read the article.|
|Take The Readiness Check-up|
Take the Readiness Check-up to learn more about the skills your child should have at each age leading up to kindergarten.
The Readiness Check-up was developed by a group of early childhood professionals in the Dayton Region as a useful tool to help parents understand skills a child should develop from birth to age five.
|STEM Teaching In Trotwood|
|Teachers in Trotwood are using STEM techniques with our students to teach skills needed for the study of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Click here to learn more.|