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Ohio Summer Food Service Program

sandwichThe Ohio Summer Food Service Program for children is back! The program provides free meals to children aged 18 or younger, and there is no registration required. For more information, call 1-866-3-HUNGRY or go to http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Other-Resources/Food-and-Nutrition/Summer-Food-Service-Program. Additional information can be found here.

**Change in Summer School Location

summer schoolSES Summer School Academy will begin this week May 23 - May 26 and finish next week May 30 - June 2 for  next year's incoming Kindergarteners up through our Third graders. Just a reminder that summer school will be at BATESHILL Church ( on the hill by the administration building) and not the elementary OR high school  due to the construction in the building. The academy will run from 8:30 - 11:30. We will serve students breakfast when they arrive .  We look forward to having a great time with learning. If you have questions please don't hesitate to call SES @ 740-732-5661 and leave a message for Mrs. Jessica McAlarney, Summer School Coordinator.

Summer Hours

Thisummers summer due to extensive construction at the elementary and middle school, the building will be closed to the public.However, you may reach the office secretary and administration until June 9th by phone at 740-732-5661.

The office will close daily for lunch from 11-12. If you need to pick up your child’s report card they will be at the  District administration building until June 9th. Our offices will reopen on July 31st.  Have a safe and Happy Summer!


Flat Stanley Visits Ft. Hood
Aaron The students in Jennifer Houston's third grade class at Shenandoah Elementary  participated in a Flat Stanley Project. The project consisted of reading the book, then the class wrote letters to friends and family around the world. Many of them took pictures and then they were to mail them back to the class in order to teach them about other communities.
Hunter Rossiter chose to write to his uncle, Aaron Ferrell, a soldier at Fort Hood. Aaron did take pictures of Hunter's Flat Stanley with his military buddies and on some of their equipment to send to Hunter. However, Aaron surprised his nephew at school by personally delivering his Flat Stanley.  He is home briefly and will be deployed to serve in Korea later this month.  The class appreciated your visit and your service Aaron! 
Noble Local Wants to Hear from You!

parent surveyParents,

We want to hear from you! Please fill out this brief survey on school climate. The survey is open to parents of elementary, middle, and high school students. Click on the link below to take the survey.

Parent Survey


Start Talking!


Distart talkingd you know that children of parents who talk to their teens are 50% less likely to use drugs?

An effort is underway across Ohio to prevent drug use among Ohio’s most vulnerable citizens – our children. Governor John R. Kasich and First Lady Karen W. Kasich have launched Start Talking! to give parents, guardians, educators and community leaders the tools to start the conversation with Ohio’s youth about the importance of living healthy, drug-free lives.

A majority of substance-free adolescents credit their parents for the decision not to use illegal substances. Likewise, teachers and other authority figures can have a similar influence on youth and their decision-making.

Parents, mentors and peers can make a difference just by talking to the young people in their lives about drug use. Please Start Talking!

For more resources, go to http://starttalking.ohio.gov/


2017-18 SES Bright Beginnings Preschool

It's that time of year again to begin registering for next fall for preschoolpreschool. The Ohio Valley Educational Services Center operates the Bright Beginnings Preschool at Shenandoah Elementary School, offering its services to students with disabilities and typically developing peers age 3-5. Enrollment is on a first come, first serve basis. For enrollment information, see this flyer: Bright Beginnings Preschool information form

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