Board of Education Meeting, July
5:15 p.m., ICS Administration Building
request to the Superintendent, the District shall make reasonable
accommodation for a disabled person to be able to participate in this
2016-2017 School Calendar Adopted
to view the 2016-2017 School Calendar
Ironton City Schools Recognized For Safety
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine visited
Ironton on Tuesday, July 29 to talk school safety. The Attorney General said
Ironton City Schools has one of the state's top safety
programs and hopes to
learn from its model.
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Ironton City Schools.....There's An App For That!
The "Welcome to Ironton City Schools" app
has been published live to the web in the Mobile HTML5 version. Anyone with
a web-enabled smartphone can access it via:
http://theapp.mobi/tigert...own Progress Book Access, IHS Sport
Schedules, Bus Stops, School Calendar are a few of the items that can be
viewed from your smart phone. iPhone users can click on the link and
add a short cut to their Home Screen. Android users can click on the link
and download the app to their phone. Check it out!
Elementary Summer 2016 Bus Schedule Click <HERE>
Fighting Tiger Football Program Ads
The Ironton Fighting Tiger Football Program has been an excellent
advertising outlet for area businesses for many years and a
great way for family to honor their IHS student. The program includes
statistical information, pictures of the football team, band,
cheerleaders, and other fall sports teams plus other features. Click <HERE>
for more information on placing an ad in this year's
IHS - New
AIR Assessment - State Testing Information
Beginning with the class of 2018, students are now required to take seven
end-of-course state assessments throughout their
high school career. Please
review the information in this post for specific testing information and
2016 testing dates.
For more information
Receives 2014 National Blue Ribbon Schools Distinction
Tuesday, September 30, 2014, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan
recognized Ironton High School and 336 other schools across the
United States as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2014 based on their
overall academic excellence or their progress in closing achievement gaps
among student subgroups.
The U.S. Department of Education will honor Ironton High School and the
other National Blue Ribbon Schools at a recognition ceremony on Nov. 10-11
in Washington, D.C.
“These great schools are fulfilling the promise of American education—that
all students, no matter their name or zip code, can flourish when schools
provide safe, creative, and challenging learning environments,” Secretary
Duncan said. “National Blue Ribbon Schools are models of consistent
excellence and a resource for other schools and districts. We celebrate them
for their tireless effort and boundless creativity in reaching and teaching
The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program honors public and private
elementary, middle, and high schools where students either achieve very high
learning standards or are making notable improvements in closing the
achievement gap. The award affirms the hard work of students, educators,
families and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where
students master challenging content.
Congratulations to all students, staff, parents, and community members of
Ironton City Schools.
IHS Receives "Schools of
Promise" Award For The Second Consecutive Year
Ironton High School has been recognized by the
Ohio Department of Education by being named a “Schools of Promise” recipient
for the second consecutive year...
for sustaining high academic achievement among their students. The Schools
of Promise award program recognizes schools attaining solid student
achievement in reading and mathematics while serving a significant number of
economically disadvantaged students. The students, parents, faculty, staff
and administration of Ironton High School are to be commended and
congratulated for receiving the “Schools of Promise” award. Ironton High
School is one of more than one hundred thirty schools across the state of
Ohio to receive this award! Congratulations IHS!!!
IHS Yearbooks Available
the following years are available for purchase: 1981, 1985, 1995,
1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007,
2008, 2009. The purchase price of a yearbook is $55. Email
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to make a purchase.
Quantities are limited.
Ironton Memorial Alley Pavers Available
The Ironton City School District is offering
the opportunity for alumni and supporters of Ironton High School to place
their stamp on the newly constructed Memorial Alley by purchasing a paver
that can be engraved with up to three lines with an inscription of your
choice and placed in Memorial Alley at the new Ironton High School. (Picture
of Some of the Purchased Pavers) These pavers will become a
permanent marker at the new facility. The cost of an engraved paver
is $100. The paver would make a great
gift or a way to honor a special friend or relative.
Place your order today. (Order Form)
Ohio Enforcement of the Individuals
with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
The Ohio Department of Education soon will make changes in the way it
monitors, enforces and publicizes Ohio school districts’ compliance with the
federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, which ensures a free,
appropriate public education to students with disabilities. The actions
result from the partial settlement of a class action lawsuit. For details,
read the legal
consent order and related
Closings & Delays
The following information is needed when
registering: birth certificate, immunization record, custody or guardianship
documents if applicable.
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2015-2016 Bus Schedule
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