|Trotwood-Madison City Schools||Trotwood, Ohio
Trotwood-Madison will attain Adequate Yearly Progress in all areas measured by state standards and meet locally established bench marks in other content areas.
From the East or WestTake I-70 to the Hoke Rd/OH-49 S Exit 26 to Trotwood Take OH-49 S to Union Rd
Turn Right on Union Rd
Turn Right at Westbrooke Rd
Turn Left at Union Rd.
Continue on Union Rd to High School,Middle School, and Early Learning Center
Union Road becomes Broadway St in Trotwood
Continue on Broadway to Main St
Turn Right on Main St
Continue on Main St to N. Snyder RdTurn Right on N. Snyder Rd
Continue N. Snyder Rd to the Board of Education Office
98% of third grade students met the Third Grade Reading Guarantee benchmark score for promotion using the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) assessment for reading
Fifty-two (52) students completed college coursework and earned post-secondary credits in 2015-16
Students were awarded $1,573,000 in scholarship dollars
Increased district attendance rate from 93.5% to 94.3%, which refelcts a significant decrease in student absences
Incorporated systematic use of Positive behavour and Intervention Supports (PBIS) in all buildings to strengthen school climate
Implemented Understanding by Design (UbD) as the District's instructional framework to elevate heightened learning expectations and outcomes for all students
Benefited from community -based volunteers assisting in schools to suppor tlearning
Fed over 20,000 meals throught thte communityt through our Summer Food Program, which also emplyed several TMCS studehts through the Montgomery County Youth Works initiative
Used capital improvement fundst to resurgace the track and refurbish the High School fitness famility with state of the art strength and cardio equipment
Received multiple Certificates of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting
Refinanced Debt to save $464,000 over the life of the loan
The students and advisors of both PS PRIDE at the high school and the Energy Bike designers, had a great time at the Student Achievement Fair. We spoke with many different representatives from districts and school boards all over the state of Ohio explaining the Energy Bike as well as our student lead PS PRIDE organization. We were well received and our students would have made you very proud with all their hard work, networking, and business like behavior. It was a great day! (Click here to download information.)
On October 18, 2007, Good Samaritan Hospital and the Trotwood-Madison City Board of Education approved a 10-year agreement through which Trotwood-Madison students, faculty and staff will gain improved access to health care services. Under the terms of the agreement, Trotwood-Madison will receive athletic training and sports medicine services from the Good Samaritan North Sports Medicine program, funds to support its athletic programs and health and nutrition education in exchange for naming rights to its stadium and athletic fields and other cooperative marketing programs. The total value of the agreement is $750,000 over a 10-year period and is renewable for an additional 10 years for a total of $1.5 million. The sponsorship will allow the school district to focus investments on academics as funds will be used to upgrade and expand existing and proposed athletic fields and facilities at the high school and middle school. The upgrades will create safer playing conditions for male and female athletes across all sports while providing improved access to top quality health care services. Students, faculty and staff from Trotwood-Madison schools will also be able to take advantage of prevention, wellness and nutrition education services from Good Samaritan Hospital.
On Friday, October 26, 2007 Trotwood-Madison and Good Samaritan officials dedicated the
Good Samaritan SportsPlex
at Trotwood-Madison High School.
On Friday, August 26, 2011, Trotwood-Madison and Good Samaritan officials dedicated the new Synthetic Turf at our HS Stadium, the Good Samaritan SportsPlex
Click the Good Samaritan Hospital Logo to visit their website.
Trotwood students are known for both their athletic and their academic abilities.
Trotwood Madison is one of two districts featured in a video program produced by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), an international non-profit educational association. This video will primarily be used by school systems to train teachers and administrators as it relates to providing high quality instruction and intervention support.
Video clips of high school staff and classrooms highlight ways TMHS is ensuring that all students are receiving quality instruction and support for their needs, both within their regular classroom setting and through additional instructional opportunities.