Students and staff from the Brooklyn City Schools packed the stands at Brooklyn Stadium for an exciting All-District Pep Rally during the afternoon on Friday, September 13, 2019.
The Brooklyn City Schools is dedicated to providing opportunities for students of all ages so that they are prepared for virtually any chance to stretch and grow as contributing members of a global society.
The 2018-2019 Brooklyn City Schools state report card was released this week by the Ohio Department of Education. Upon review, the report card reveals progress in several tested areas and overall shows that the Brooklyn City Schools are working hard to provide a quality education for its students.
In a demonstration of their generosity and support of the Brooklyn City Schools, officers from the Brooklyn Police Department delivered approximately 25 boxes of donated school supplies to the District on Thursday, September 5, 2019.
As we begin the new school year, we would like to ask you to take a moment to review some important health information that pertains to all of our students and staff.
The Brooklyn City Schools is asking voters to approve Issue 2, a renewal levy, on the November 2019 ballot that will NOT RAISE TAXES for residents in our community.
Hurricane Season launched into full force over the past weekend, as students and staff members participated in a parade that showcased the spirit of Fall Sports and the Marching Band that began at Brooklyn Stadium and culminated at Picnic-in-the-Park.
With the start of the 2019-2020 school year only a few weeks away, the Brooklyn City Schools are excited to announce the launch of the District’s Instagram account!
Attention parents of all Current Brooklyn Students, the 2019-2020 emergency medical authorization portal is now available.