|Trotwood-Madison City Schools||Trotwood, Ohio
Successful partnerships between parents, school staff and community stakeholders ensure that all students achieve and experience high levels of success.
|Highly Qualified Teachers||Instructional Materials and Tools||Parent and Community Partnerships||Students Master Common Core Standards||Students are College and Career Ready|
Our district is proactive in providing parents with information that benefits the health and safety of students and demonstrates our commitment to the wellbeing of all faculty, staff, students and visitors.
Click here to explore the information available to you through our online Parent InfoCenter.
Print these, complete them and bring them with you when you enroll your child in the Trotwood-Madison City Schools. Forms are also available in all school buildings.
Parents are encouraged to develop a strong working relationship with their child’s teachers. While offering to volunteer at school is welcomed, the greatest method of supporting the school is: 1) making sure children discuss what they learned during the day, as it allows them to replay what has been learned to someone else; 2) setting aside specific time to study at night and talking about what homework had to be completed; and 3) have children read for pleasure since too much time is spent on electronic media. These simple steps represent the most basic way our families can help support the learning of Trotwood-Madison students.
All community members have the right to review the instructional materials used in district classrooms. If you have an interest in reviewing any instructional materials, please contact the building principal to schedule a time for review.
As parents strive to work with staff members, questions may arise related to a teacher's training to prepare himself/herself to teach a particular subject. If parents are interested in receiving information on the qualifications of their children's teachers, they should contact the district's Personnel Department.
Federal Court Instructs Ohio Districts to Post Information for Parents Concerning Data Release
A U.S. Court has ordered that 2013-2014 school year records from the Ohio Department of Education's Educational Management Information System be turned over to Disability Rights Ohio as part of an ongoing lawsuit.
Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, families of students whose data will be released must be notified and given the opportunity to object. The court is instructing all local education agencies to post notice about this opportunity ot object on their district websites and in a central location, accessible to the public, in each building that is open to the public.
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|School||Drop off Time||Start Time||Dis- missal|
|ELC AM Preschool||8:50 am||9:00 am||11:30 am|
|ELC PM Preschool||12:20 pm||12:30 pm||3:00 pm|
|Early Learning Center||8:50 am||9:00 am||3:00 pm|
|Early Learning Office Hours||8:00 am||3:30 pm|
|Madison Park Elementary||8:45 am||8:55 am||2:55 pm|
|Madison Park Office Hours||8:00 am||3:30 pm|
|Westbrooke Village Elementary||9:00 am||9:20 am||3:20 pm|
|Westbrooke Village Office Hours||8:00 am||3:30 pm|
|Middle School||7:05 am||7:15 am||1:45 pm|
|Middle School Office Hours||7:00 am||2:30 pm|
|High School||7:50 am||8:05 am||2:30 pm|
|High School Office Hours||7:00 am||3:30 pm|
|Central Office||7:30 am||4:00 pm|
TenMarks is offering a free summer math program for students finishing gr. 1 through Algebra 2. Research shows that kids lose 2-3 months of math learning every summer. Help your child stay on track! Click here for more informaion.
Brunner Literacy Center is an adult literacy support resource
nestled right here in the City of Trotwood.
Located at 4825 Salem Avenue, across from Maria-Joseph
Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, the Center believes literacy is a
basic human right and that every person they serve deserves to be
treated with privacy and dignity.
Staff at the Center provides free one-on-one tutoring in
reading and math, assistance to parents who have school-age children
in need of help with homework and/or other life skills, book
discussion groups, remedial instruction to help pass college
entrance tests, and a host of other services.
Open Monday – Thursday, those interested in the Brunner
Literacy Center’s services should schedule an appointment by calling
|Ohio Parent Information Center|
Parent Roadmap: Supporting Your Child in Grade Kindergarten, English Language Arts
Red Treehouse - Information to Empower Families
TenMarks Free Summer Math Program (Use access code S14AAA8128)