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The 5 C's of Berkshire Local Schools 5 C's of Berkshire

Watch the following video to learn more about the specific skills identified by the community as necessary for success after graduation.

 

Giant Paw and Small Paw Elementary Stores to Launch badger

Our Burton Elementary school stores, Giant Paw (and the satellite store Small Paw for 4-6 building) are opening soon for business!   Our second grade students run the stores on Tuesday and Thursday mornings with the help of some 6th graders who have applied to help. 

Berkshire’s Sparkles Team Visit’s Derthick’s Corn Maze for Real Life Lessons and Learning Opportunities spakr

As part of a routine effort to expose the Sparkles Team of the Berkshire Local Schools with real world experiences, a handful of our low incidence need students visited Derthick’s Corn Maze. 

Community-Based Learning Opportunities Include Scavenger Hunt for Resources scav hunt

On Thursday, October 7th, students from Mrs. Moore’s and Mrs. Heiman’s 2nd and 4th period classes, participated in their first Community-Based Learning field trip, a scavenger hunt in our local Village. 

Burton Elementary 4th Graders Scarecrow Narrative Adventures on Display scarecrow

Burton Elementary fourth grade Language Arts students, with some guidance from Mrs. Neumore, Mrs. Burnett, and Mrs. McCandless have been busy this past week taking literary concepts and skills and putting them into practice with a seasonal hands on project.   

Burton Elementary Wins Gold Recognition Award from State of Ohio for Positive Behavior pbis

The Berkshire Local Schools extends its congratulations to everyone at Burton Elementary, who was recently informed that the building will receive the Gold Recognition Award for 2019 for their Positive Behavior Interventions and Support, (P.B.I.S.). 

Ledgemont Elementary Students Show School Pride During Spirit Week dress your best

Ledgemont Elementary School was home to a weeklong display of positive and pride-filled activities as students participated in the yearly Spirit Week celebration. 

Public Comment Sought on Federal Funds for 2019-2020 School Year

The Berkshire Local School District receives funds annually from the federal government to provide various educational services. District administrators invite comments from the public regarding these services at a meeting to be held on Monday, December 2nd at 8:30 a.m. at the Berkshire Board of Education Office, 14259 Claridon-Troy Road, Burton, Ohio.

If you cannot attend the meeting and would like to provide input, please contact the Director of Pupil Services office at (440) 834-3380 .