Brecksville - Broadview Heights City School District
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Brecksville-Broadview Heights City Schools Hosts Convocation, Welcomes Back Staff!
Thursday, August 17, 2017 marked the first official day back for teachers and staff of the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District, and included a variety of welcome-back activities. Breakfast was graciously donated by the Brecksville United Methodist Church in the morning, just prior to the chance for teachers and staff members to attend various professional development sessions regarding curriculum and technology. When the group convened in the auditorium, they were warmly greeted with an interactive slideshow of various pictures from family summer vacations of staff members. Superintendent Joelle Magyar opened the meeting with welcoming remarks and introduced City of Brecksville Mayor Jerry Hruby and City of Broadview Heights Mayor Samuel J. Alai, for some words of encouragement. New staff members were introduced before the entire staff and an overall sense of confidence, optimism and excellence was evident at the ceremony. On behalf of everyone in the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District, please have a productive and successful 2017-2018 School Year.  
Facilities Committee Hosts Informative and Collaborative Kick-Off Meeting
A group of approximately 35 individuals met earlier this week in an introductory fashion, to officially kick-off the mission of analyzing, reporting and educating the community about the current state of the buildings and facilities of the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District.  
Registration for Returning Students 2017-2018
Time to update Student Registration Information!

An email was sent to all returning students to update registration information for the 2017-2018. This email included the User Name and Password that you will need to update Student Information. If you did not receive this email please call the Board Office at 440 740-4002 to get this information. Updates to student information can be done on the Registration Gateway website at https://update.bbhcsd.org
 
District Leadership and Central Office Staff Welcome ‘New Bees’ to the BBHCSD

Superintendent Joelle Magyar and members of the district leadership team, along with staff from the Central Office, personally welcomed the newest members of the BBHCSD community by placing ‘New Bees’ signs at the homes of all new students to the district on Tuesday, August 8, 2017.  

 
Varsity Football Team Learning More Than Football During First Full Week of Practice

The Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School Football Team officially began full practice this week, as did other fall sports and activities in the district, but student athletes were learning even more than the x’s and o’s of the game.

 
Summer Registration for New Students

To register a new student at Brecksville-Broadview Heights Schools this summer, select the Parent/Registration Quick Link box on left side of this page and then select the Registration and Enrollment option on the left side of the following page. New students must also complete our online Registration at https://registration.bbhcsd.org

Complete the enrollment package and call 440-740-4027 for an appointment. Summer Registration Hours are Monday - Thursday 8:00AM to 3:00PM and Friday 8:00AM – 11:00AM. The sooner you register your child, the better we will be able to accommodate his/her needs and monitor class sizes.

 
BBH World War II Vet Received Diploma on Memorial Day

A member of the Class of 1944, Robert Carl Schultz, age 92, was the first to receive his draft notice. He withdrew from school in 1943 and was trained on the 40mm Anti-Aircraft Gun and spent two years in Europe landing first in England and then was sent to France, Belgium and Germany. 

Brecksville-Broadview Heights Superintendent of Schools Joelle Magyar joined by Brecksville Mayor Jerry Hruby to welcome Schultz at the city’s Memorial Day Program and present him with his high school diploma. 


 
Calculation of Pay-to-Participate Fees

The Board of Education would like to clarify the methodology used to calculate the 2017-18 Pay-to-Participate High School and Middle School student fees. This calculation has been used consistently since these fees were implemented.

The district calculates the coach/advisor salary and benefits cost, as well as the transportation costs for all athletic and extra curricular trips when setting the new fees for an upcoming school year. These costs are then divided by a five-year student participation average for each sport or activity. This is done for two reasons. First, it eliminates an unexpected increase or decrease for a one-year abnormality in participation that could dramatically raise a fee. Also, the fees must be set in the spring and participation rates for the upcoming school year would be estimates or guesses - especially for winter and spring sports - rather than a data driven average.

 
Lower Pay-to-Participate Student Fees Approved by Board of Education

The Board of Education approved reduced Pay-To-Participate Fees for high school and middle school students at its May meeting. The Board announced the proposed lower fees last month contingent upon the passage of the May 2 operating levy.

The fees, which cover transportation and personnel costs for all athletic and extra curricular activities, will be reduced from 100% to 50% for each student activity, based upon current costs. Additionally, the cap for these fees has been reduced from $1,000 annually per high school student to $500, and from $600 to $300  annually for each middle school student. Fees for the upcoming school year are listed in this document: 2017-18 Student Pay-to-Particpate Fees

 
2017 Gallery of Achievement Inductees Announced

The Brecksville-Broadview Heights Alumni Association is pleased to announce the names of the 2017 inductees into the Brecksville-Broadview Heights Gallery of Achievement.

Alumni

Herman Botzo, Class of 1954

June Kronholz, Class of 1965

Kathryn Reiss, Class of 1976

Kenneth (Ken) Ganley, Class of 1992

Faculty

James Harbuck, BBHHS Principal 1971 - 1997

 
Issue 7 Approved by Voters - Thank You
Voters approved Issue 7, the district's operating levy, on May 2. The 5.99 mill levy was the first new money issue approved since 2004. Superintendent Joelle Magyar is grateful for the support of the community and the efforts of the Schools Issues Committee, a group of volunteers who raised the funds and conducted the campaign.   
District Once Again Auditor of State Award for Financial Reporting
Based on the recent annual financial audit of the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District, Ohio Auditor of State, David Yost, has awarded Treasurer Rick Berdine, on behalf of the district, with the Auditor of State Award.

The Auditor of State Award is presented to local governments and school districts upon completion of a "clean" financial audit report. The audit report must be free of any findings for recovery, material citations, material weaknesses, significant deficiencies, single audit findings or questioned costs. The district routinely earns this prestigious award.


 
BBHHS 6th in Northeastern Ohio & 28th in State
US News & World Report awarded BBHHS a Silve Medal for selection as one of the best high schools in Ohio. Ranking 6th in Northeast Ohio and 28th in the state, BBHHs was one of 22,000 high schools nationwide that participated in this rating process. To view the results and learn more about the criteria, please click on US News & World Report Best High Schools
 
Four National Merit Finalist Named
Congratulations Dana Dosen, Erin McMahon, Rushil Raghavan and Jessica Wang, members of the Class of 2017, for being named Finalists and considered for National Merit Scholarships to be offered this spring. The selection of some 7,400 Merit Scholarship winners from a group of 15,000 Finalists is now in progress. 
Spring Community Newsletter
This issue contains information and facts about the upcoming levy, Aditor of State Award, new High School Principal, new Varsity Football Coach, possible reduction of pay-to-particpate fees and more. 
Settlement Agreement Reached
On April 10, 2017, the Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District (BBHCSD) ratified a new contract with the Brecksville-Broadview Heights Education Association (BEA), the union representing the district’s teaching staff. After negotiating for more than a year, a settlement was reached on a two-year agreement through July 2018 with a possible three-year extension tied to passage of a levy prior to June 30, 2018.
 
Smokey Mountain Music Festival

The BBHHS Music Department is proud to report that 3 choirs and 2 orchestras competed at the Smoky Mountain music festival. BBHHS Chamber Choir won 1st place in the 4A (toughest) choral division, Treble Choir (Women's Choir) won 2nd place in the Women's Choir division, and Symphonic Choir (members of Concert and Choraleers combined) won 2nd place in 3A choral division. The Chamber Orchestra won 1st place in the 4A orchestra division, and Concert Strings (combination of Concert and String Orchestra) won 1st place in the 3A orchestra division.

Congratulations to our talented students and inspiring music staff.

 
"A Fine Education" Student Video
"A Fine Education" showcases several students talking about their BBHCSD education and what it means to them. 
Board of Education Unanimously Approves Levy Request
At the January 23 meeting, The Board of Education unanimously approved the second resolution placing a 5.99 mill operating levy on the May 2, 2017 ballot. The Board signed the attached letter showcasing their support of this important and much-needed levy.  
Updated Information Regarding the Gifted Program
Updated Information Regarding Changes to the Gifted Program for the upcoming school years.  
Another BBHHS State Champion
Congratulations to BBHHS freshman wrestler Julian Tagg, a state champion in the 106 pound category. He is the first freshman state champion in school history. 
Another Gymnastics State Title
For the 14th consecutive year, the BBHHS Girls Gymnastics Team won the State championship on Friday, March 3. This win brings the state title to our district for the 17th time overall. Amazing and well deserved accomplishments for Coach Joan Ganim and her teams. 
On Saturday, the talents of the Lady Bees continued when senior Tessa Phillips and junior Emily Huffman took first and second place in the all-around competition for the OSHAA 45th Annual State Gymnastics individual competition at Hilliard Bradley High School.
 
Meet Mr. Steven Ast- Our Next High School Principal
On Monday, February 27th, the Board of Education approved Steven Ast as the next principal of Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School. Please stop by the high school media center on Monday, March 6, from 6-7:30PM, to informally meet Mr. Ast. He is currently the principal of Chagrin Falls High School and will replace Mr. Joe Mueller who is retiring at the end of the current school year. 
Stepping Stone Preschool Earns Five-Star Award

The State of Ohio awarded the district's Stepping Stone Preschool a Five Star Award for exceeding the  state mandated standards. Stepping Stone, a districtwide program for special needs students is housed at Hilton School. Individual goals, accreditation, parent involement and transitional programs are several of the increased standards offered at Stepping Stone. For more details: Stepping Stone News Release

 
Two More Talking Bees Qualified for National Competition
The BBHHS Speech and Debate Team competed at the National Qualifier Tournament and now two more students will compete at Nationals. Congratulations to sophomore Gabby Dachtler, First Alternate in Dramatic Interpretation to the National Speech and Debate tournament and to our National Qualifiers, freshman Ian Stewart in Humorous Interpretation and Senior Elizabeth Painter in Dramatic Interpretation. The Bees have set a team record for most National Qualifiers this season. 
National Qualifier for Speech and Debate
Talking Bees Senior Rushil Raghavan qualified for the National Speech and Debate Tournament in Student Congress at the Congress National Qualifier held at Gilmour Academy! He is our first National Qualifier since 2011 and our first in Congress since we renewed the team in 2008. Rushil is a two time State Qualifier in Public Forum Debate. He is The Debate Captain and also mentors our Middle School Debaters.  
BBHHS Talking Bees Qualify for States
The Talking Bees competed at the Cleveland District Speech and Debate State Qualifier Competition on February 4th and eleven BBHHS students qualified for state competition. Congratulations to Elizabeth Painter, Alanna Restifo, and Zoey Casa for their qualifying performance in Declamation, Gabby Dachtler in Drama, Ian Stewart and Christine Rutkowski in Humor, Valerie Painter in Program of Oral Interpretation, Frank Zhu and Pammy Boulas in Lincoln Douglas Debate, and Everett Dalesio and Rushil Raghavan in Public Forum Debate.

Advisor Mark McCandless reported that Christine and Ian are the first Bees in the history of our program to qualify in Humor. Elizabeth, Alanna and Zoey are the first to qualify two years in a row in the same event. Frank and Pammy mark the first time BBHHS has had two Lincoln Douglas debaters qualify for State in the same year. Valerie and Elizabeth are the first sisters to qualify in the same year for State. Certainly a year for "firsts".
 
All State Honors Band
Chas Backman, Nick Mihalich and Ava Traum, members of the BBHHS Band, auditioned and were chosen to participate in the All State Honors Band during the Ohio Music Education Association Conference held February 1 -3 at the Cleveland Convention Center. The All State Honors Band concert, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 8 PM on Friday, February 3.
 
New Football Coach Selected
BBHHS Business Education teacher Jason Simonetti accepted the position of head Bees varsity football. He has been an assistant coach for 7 years at BBHHS. Prior, he was the head coach (West) for the Cuyahoga County East/West All Star Team and served as the Defensive Coordinator in the Parma City Schools and Buckeye Local Schools in Medina County.  Former Bees Coach Jason Black opted to step down to pursue other career options.

Althetic Director Mark Maslona welcomes Simonetti to the head position and is looking forward to an exciting season this fall. He also is thankful for the eight years and four state playoff appearances the Bees enjoyed under Black's tenure. Black will continue to be a paart of the athletic department.

 
Central Elementary Nominated for Blue Ribbon Status by ODE

The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) nominated Central Elementary School to be a National Blue Ribbon School.  ODE considers Central to be an Exemplary High Performing School.  National Blue Ribbon Schools are public and nonpublic schools that produce outstanding results for all students, have demonstrated consistent excellence, and have made progress in closing gaps in student achievement.          

Central will now embark on a lengthy and rigorous application process. This application includes compiling data and providing multiple narratives that describe the strategies, curriculum and supports that make Central a Blue Ribbon School. The application will be submitted to the U.S. Department of Education in the spring and will be reviewed and certified over the summer. The Secretary of Education will announce the 2017 National Blue Ribbon Schools in September. Principal Chris Hartland and the Central staff hope their efforts will result in Central being named a Blue Ribbon School.


 
Shannon Williams is Ohio Volleyball Player of the Year

BBHHS Junior Shannon Williams is the 2016-17 Gatorade Ohio Volleyball Player of the Year. Williams is the first Gatorade Ohio Volleyball Player of the Year to be chosen from Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School.

 
Board Elects Leadership and Approves Levy Request
At its Organizational Meeting, the Board of Education reelected Mark Janzten to serve as President of the Board for 2017. Kathleen Mack was reelected to the position of Vice President.
Also, the Board approved the first of two required resolutions to place a 5.99 mill continuous operating levy on the May 2, 2017 ballot. The second resolution will be approved at the regular January Board meeting on Monday, January 23.
A group of citizens has volunteered to mount a levy campaign and share information with the community prior to the election. The last time a new operating levy was approved by the community was in 2004.
 
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BBHHS Orchestra Members Selected to Perform with OSU
The BBHHS Orchestra will have nine students rperforming with the Ohio University Honors Orchestra from January 13-15, 2017. This is the most students in the school's history to achieve this level of participation. Student musicians auditioned for and were selected by Mr. Steven Huang from the Ohio University Orchestra. 
Congratulations to:
Alexandra DiDonato (cello)
John Galik (violin)
Kathryn Mays (cello)
Erica Nie (violin)
Jenna Shin (viola)
Benjamin Skapura (violin)
Jaeyoung Yu (violin)
Carolyn Yuan (viola)
Jackson Zubal (viola)
Steve Cocchiola, BBH Orchestra Director
 
Board Took Action on Two Important Items
The Brecksville-Broadview Heights Board of Education approved a new contract with the non-teaching, support staff at the November 21 Board of Education meeting. Additionally, at that meeting the Board  began discussing plans for an operating levy to be on the May 2017 ballot.   
BBHHS Volleyball Team Wins 1st State Championship
A terrific and competitive season for the 2016 BBHHS Girls Varsity Volleyball team came to an end on Saturday, November 12 with the Lady Bees winning the state title for the first time in school history. Congratulations to this amazing group of student athletes, coaches, trainers, and their families and fans. 
Highlights of championship match
 
Talking Bees Tournament

The BBHHS Speech and Debate team enjoyed great success this weekend as they hosted their third annual speech and debate contest. Over 500 student competitors, adult judges, coaches and volunteers from 22 schools attended the Talking Bees Tournament on Saturday, November 12. Overall the Bees placed 5th for their highest team finish of the year.

At the high school level, Gabby Dachtler placed 1st in Dramatic Interpretation earning her third bid to the State Tournament and Frank Zu took 3rd place in the Lincoln Douglas debate to earn his second trip to the state finals. Also placing were Elizabeth Painter, who competed in two events and placed in both, Pammy Boulas, Delia Brennan, Christine Rutkowski and Aaron Yeh.

The first year Middle School Team was well represented during the awards ceremony with Leah Honeycutt and Marina Tarrassenko placing 5th in Public Forum debate and Miriel Yeh placed 2nd in Original Oratory.

Coach Mark McCandless is proud of the team’s progress and results.

 
Socktober - A Huge Success
With the help of the 3rd grade Kindness Club and Mrs. Boczulak, Highland Drive Elementary School participated in the worldwide Socktober movement during the month of October. Highland brought in 1,570 pairs of new socks that were donated to homeless shelters. Photos  
Quality Profile for 2015-16
For the third consecutive year, the Brecksville-Broadview Heights School District, along with approximately 60 other school districts in Ohio, prepared a Quality Profile for their communities highlighting student, staff and district success and achievements.
 
2016 Gallery of Achievement Induction
Five new members were inducted into the BBHCSD Gallery of Achievement on October 13. Four graduates and one former faculty member were selected for their lifetime achievements and contributions to society. 
Four BBHHS Names National Merit Semi-finalists
Four members of the Class of 2017 have been named as semi-finalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Competition. The four BBHHS students named as National Merit Scholar semi-finalists for 2017 are: Dana Dosen, Erin McMahon, Rushil Raghavan and Jessica Wang.  
Nine Members of Class of 2017 are National Merit Commended Students
Nine more BBHHS seniors have been honored by the National Merit Scholarship Program. Their scores earned them recognition as Commended Students. Congratulations to Justin Bowen, David Dierker, Bridget Fallon, Alyssa Holzinger, Brielle Marlow, Patrick Meng, Jose Prakash, Ryan Serraglio and Jaewon Yu.  
District 8th in State on Report Card Data
The Brecksville-Broadview Heights School District's test scores and other ratings on the new Ohio Department of Education's Report Card are the eighth highest in the state. In both Cuyahoga County and all of Northeastern Ohio, BBH ranked fourth.  To view the entire report card: BBHCSD Report Card.
Additionally, Chippewa Elementary School placed among the top 20 in the state on the Performance Index grade, which is Ohio's main measure of how much students know.
 
Highland Drive Elementary is proud to introduce it's newest initiative: #kindkids!
Highland Drive Elementary School wants to be known as a “Kind School”. Research show that kindness is indeed contagious and it is natural for people to seek the positive emotions that accompany seeing and doing acts of kindness. Highland Drive Elementary believes that by introducing this initiative at the elementary level, they will help instill in students a life-long desire to help spread kindness at school, at home and beyond their years at elementary school. 
First Day of School Video with Superintendent Joelle Magyar
Join Superintendent Joelle Magyar as she visited each school and met with students on their first day of the 2016-17 academic year. Day One: 2016-17 Year for Students  
$20,000 Grant Awarded to District
District receives BWC grant for Special Needs Students  
2016 D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year
Congratulations to Brecksville Police Officer John Chrisopulos who was named the 2016 Ohio D.A.R.E. Officer of the Year.  
Boys 200 Freestyle Relay Team, National Champions Honored
The BBHHS 200 Freestyle Relay Swim Team swam for and won the 2016 National Championship this summer. 
Check Flyer Central Often for Student Focused Activities
The Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District is pleased to assist with the promotion of events for students per board policy. Flyers are posted in an electronic format, saving paper and time but still reaching a broad audience for these events. Remember to check this section of our website frequently for after school programs, activities and/or athletic opportunities that may be of interest to your family.  Current Flyer Central Listings  
Welcome from New Superintendent Joelle Magyar
Superintendent Joelle Magyar welcomes all to the new school year and introduces herself to the community in a brief letter. 
Bus Routes for the 2016-17 School Year
Bus routes for the new school year are posted on this Transportation section of this website and can be accessed via this link: 2016-17 Bus Routes. 
Registration for New Students
Please visit New Student Registration sectionon this website to register students new to the district. 

Complete the enrollment package and call  440-740-4027  for an appointment to finalize enrollment. Registration hours are Monday - Thursday 7:30AM to 3:30PM and Friday 7:30AM - 11:30 PM. Bring the completed enrollment package along with requested documentation to the registration appointment at the Education Center, 6638 Mill Road, Brecksville.

 
Review of 6th Grade Students' Use of Chromebooks
Students who entered the sixth grade in August 2015 were the first class to be given Chromebook laptop computers to use throughout their three years at Brecksville Broadview Heights Middle School.   
Physics Cardboard Boat Regatta
High School teacher Mary Ellen Mauser once again organized a curriculum based and energetic cardboard boat regatta. 
Math Olympics at Hilton
The first grade team at Hilton held "Math Olympics" on Friday, May 20th. There were 10 "events" set up around the school at which the students had to use the skills they've learned this year in math. The events focused on addition, subtraction, telling time by reading a clock, measurement, greater than/less than, identifying numbers to 120, and problem solving.  
Annual High School Senior Award Program
Congratulations to the recipients of scholarships and awards at Senior Award Night. We are proud of our BEES!  2016 Senior Award recipients. 
Master Teachers Honored
Eight teachers either achieved the status of Master Teacher or renewed their Master Teacher Designation this spring and were honored at the May Board of Education meeting. 
BBHHS Earns State Board of Education Award

The State Board of Education awarded Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School one of it's first Annual All A Awards’s for grades earned on the Ohio School Report Card. Only 8 high schools in Cuyahoga County and 28 in the entire state earned this award.

 
District has Water Tested
Water supply in each school passes all standards 
Middle School's Annual Kick-It Campaign
Once again this spring, the students and staff of the Middle School are raising funds for childhood cancer research through a wide ranging Kick-It Campaign with many events. 
BBHHS Earns Silver Medal in US News Ranking
 
Student performance on assessments is key measurement
 
Robotics Team Competed at World Championships
Three teams competed at U.S. Open 
One-to- One Laptop Program Going Strong
Last fall each sixth grader was given a laptop for academic use during the three years at the middle school. This brief video provides an update from staff on the success of this endeavor. One to One Laptop Program 
Joelle Magyar Welcomed as New Superintendent
Board of Education and staff welcome new superintendent at April meeting 
District Earns Auditor of State Award
Efforts and policies lead by Treasurer Rick Berdine and his staff results in district receiving a clean annual audit and the Auditor of State Award 
Board of Education Selects New Superintendent
Joelle Magyar, current Assistant Superintendent of Mayfield City Schools, will be approved as Superintendent of Brecksville-Broadview Heights City Schools.
 
Robotics Team Headed to World Championships
BBHHS Team 2011 B named Excellence Award winner 
Congratulations Gymnasts and Wrestlers
13th Straight Championship for Gymnasts and 6th Consecutive Wrestling State Champ 
BBHHS Swim Team Sets State Record
Record broken for 200 Freestyle Relay 
BBHHS Sophomore Spoke at NFL Combine
Avery Diedrick Spoke Before NFL Representatives 
BBH Students are Biggest Winners
A Central and a Hilton class were honored by WKYC 
Welcome to New Website
Remember to change your bookmarks to the new site. 
Debate Team Sending Ten Students to State
Record Set for Number of State Qualifiers 
Update on Superintendent Search
Board thanks community and staff for participation in focus groups. 
Board Leadership for 2016
Mark Jantzen and Kathleen Mack will serve as president and vice-president respectively for 2016. 
Alecia Farina Honored
BBHHS senior and gymnast was selected High School Athlete of the Year at the 16th Annual Greater Cleveland Sport Awards ceremony. Congratulations, Alecia. 
2016-17 School Calendar
The Board of Education approved the 2016-17 BBHCSD calendar at its December 14, 2015, meeting. 
Two-hour School Delay Operating Procedures
In case of winter weather expected to improve by mid-morning, these procedures will be used to start the school day two hours later than normal. 
Interim Superintendent Hired
Board Selects Dr. P. Joseph Madak 
BBHHS Top ACT Scores in NE Ohio
Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School graduates are prepared for college! Data reported by the Ohio Department of Education reveals that the members of BBHHS Class of 2014, (the most recent data), require little college remediation. 
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