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Middle School Parent Resources
Communication between the school and the child's parent or guardian has always been essential to the education of a young mind. In this digital time, there are great tools to help facilitate that. Struthers City Schools attempt to take full advantage of this opportunity. Please use the following links to obtain access to your child's education information.
Download Struthers Local School Districts 2017-2018 Academic Calendar to stay up-to-date on all important dates for the school year. Additional events, meetings, and important dates can be found on each school's calendar.
Now you can manage your child's lunch account online. Simply click on the link above and login to your account to check their balance or manage the account.
Practice and review content built from your state’s standards. Instruction with immediate feedback, remediation, and actionable, real-time progress reports. Strengthen critical scholastic concepts anytime, anywhere with a simple Web-based platform.
A collection of applications that support student/classroom management and academic achievement. An easy to use platform supporting the entire school community and its goal to improve student success.
IXL is helping your kids learn math or language arts. It's also helping them enjoy learning by encouraging them to have fun!
The DRUND app is a secure, private online networking system which connects members of our school community (i.e. parents, educators, administrators and students) in a controlled and academic focused digital environment. Currently, all teachers, administrators, parents and students in grades 7-12 have access to DRUND. To learn more about DRUND, read our Parent Letter or download the DRUND Instructions Sheet. Parents: please sign and return the DRUND Waiver Form to give your child permission to use DRUND.
Please note: the DRUND Member Code of Conduct is a statement of the Struthers Local School District's (SLSD) expectations regarding members standards of conduct, both academic and non-academic. All policies, procedures, codes of behavior and rules of the SLSD apply to those using online systems and resources provided by or on behalf of the SLSD. This code has been prepared to protect the rights and safety of all. Please download the DRUND Member Code of Conduct to read more about the polices, rules and procedures in place.
Parent Guides to the Ohio Learning Standards
Please find below a variety of helpful guides for understanding what your child will learn by the end of each grade, through graduation: