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The Brecksville-Broadview Transportation Department is using Twitter to keep parents informed about transportation issues, such as late buses and delays due to weather and/or contruction. This micro-blogging tool is used to send short, timely updates to interested people. If you have a Twitter account, you can add @bbhtrans to the list of people you follow, and you'll receive the updates.

Mobile phone users can sign up for the updates without a Twitter account by texting "follow bbhtrans" to 40404. Remember that standard text messaging rates apply, so if your mobile plan charges you to send and receive text messages, there will be a cost associated with receiving these updates. More information on accessing Twitter from a mobile phone is available on the Twitter web site.

 

Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School is one of only 25 Ohio high schools, and one of only three in Cuyahoga County, to be named to national AP Achievement List. These select high schools have been honored by the College Board for expanding access to Advanced Placement (AP®) exams while maintaining or improving the rate at which students earn college credit for passing rigorous exams.

Visitors to the Brecksville-Broadview Heights School District web site will notice some changes to the menus. These changes have been implemented to help visitors more easily find the information they're looking for.

The new structure organizes the site into seven main categories:

  • Leadership contains information about the school board, administration, board policy, strategic plan, and other leadership-related items.
  • Communications includes information about the school district, news releases, publications, emergency and email alerts, and calendar information.
  • Families is a section targeted to families with children attending our schools. It includes information about enrollment, curriculum, our preschool and after-school programs, and useful resources for students, like Progress Book, Moodle, and Google Apps.
  • Community contains information of interest to the school community, including facility use information and financial reports. 
  • Staff includes resources for staff members, including links to our student records system, helpdesks, and professional certification tools.
  • Departments includes resources related to the district's various departments, including Fiscal, Food Services, Technology, and Transportation.
  • Organizations is a section of links to organizations that are separate from the school district, but work closely with the schools. These include the Alumni Association, Parent-School Organization, Schools Foundation, Business Advisory Council, Partnership for a Healthy Community, FACT, and CAPA.

It is hoped that the new structure will simplify navigation of the site and help people quickly find the content that's relevant to them. The menus on the building sites have not been changed at this time. 

 

The Brecksville-Broadview Heights School District has set up a Twitter account to help keep community members informed about events happening in the schools. This micro-blogging tool is used to send short, timely updates to interested people. If you have a Twitter account, you can add @bbhcsd to the list of people you follow, and you'll receive the updates.

Mobile phone users can sign up for the updates without a Twitter account by texting "follow bbhcsd" to 40404. Remember that standard text messaging rates apply, so if your mobile plan charges you to send and receive text messages, there will be a cost associated with receiving these updates. More information on accessing Twitter from a mobile phone is available on the Twitter web site.

 

SAFE HOMES is a directory and a pledge.  SAFE HOMES is meant to raise awareness, encourage communication and foster a sense of responsibility in both parents and teens.  The directory lists the names, address, and telephone numbers of others who have signed the SAFE HOMES pledge.  It is hoped that by signing the pledge and having the directory, communication concerning these topics among parents/guardians will be facilitated.  You can download the pledge application by clicking on the "Flyer Central" link on the left side of this page and then on "General Flyers".


 
 
 
6638 Mill Road - Brecksville, OH 44141 - 440-740-4000
Mr. Scot T. Prebles, Superintendent