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.
As a prime example of the District’s commitment to providing students high quality and authentic learning opportunities, Brooklyn High School has introduced several new courses for the 2019-2020 school year, including a Journalism class.
Brooklyn High School proudly introduced several new courses for students at the start of the 2019-2020 school year, including a year-long Yearbook class.
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.
Members of the Brooklyn High School Key Club took the opportunity to promote kindness and inclusion as part of the Start with Hello campaign on Wednesday, September 25, 2019, through a variety of meaningful activities.
Brooklyn High School hosted a Hurricane Pride filled pep rally on Friday, October 4th in anticipation of the Homecoming Game against Trinity High School that evening.
Brooklyn High School Principal Bill Wingler recently recognized one student in each grade at the High School for exemplifying Hurricane Pride in their commitment to academic achievement, hard work and setting a positive example for others.
Members of the 2019 BHS Homecoming Court visited the Brooklyn Senior Center on Thursday, October 3, 2019, to meet and interact with senior citizens from the community.
Senior citizens in the community should remain on the lookout as they will soon be offered a unique opportunity on behalf of the Brooklyn City Schools to attend certain co-curricular events for free admission.
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.
The Brooklyn City Schools hosted its first in a series of Finance Forums earlier this week, where the community had the opportunity to listen to important student and District successes along with valuable financial information.
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.