SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE

MAY-JUNE 2021

As the 2020-21 school year comes to an end, I want to extend a sincere thank you to the Trojan community for your patience and understanding as we navigated through remote learning, school closures, and everything that was associated with the pandemic that was out of our control.  I am proud of the students for coming together and remaining #TrojanTrue throughout the school year.  I congratulate our graduating seniors and wish them all the best in their future endeavors.

The school district will remain very busy during this summer as we will have lots of activities with our student-athletes, and summer learning will continue into summer school learning adventures.  All students grades K-5 will receive a free summer bridge book to provide extended learning during the summer to prevent a summer learning slide.   Findlay City Schools along with the Hancock County Family and Children First Council will again provide the Summer Lunch program at the Glenwood Middle School cafetorium.  Starting June 7 thru July 30, every Monday-Thursday between 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.  Students can come to lunch, engage in activities provided by various community sponsors, and will take breakfast home for the next day.  Each Thursday students will receive lunch and breakfast for Friday.  Monday, July 5th will not have lunch due to the holiday observance for Independence Day.

The district will be moving forward this summer with building restructuring as Lincoln Elementary will close and Jacobs will be repurposed into the Findlay City Schools Preschool.  Follow the progress on the building restructuring link insert at https://fcs.org/district-restructuring-faq/

The district office is open during the summer and will continue to enroll students. The office hours are from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.  The enrollment coordinator can be reached at 419-425-8275. We appreciate your support and look forward to serving the community by meeting our mission statement “to unlock the dreams of all students through academic excellence, diverse opportunities, and true belonging.” Stay up to date with Trojan events by following the school calendar at, https://fcs.org/district-calendar/. We look forward to seeing everyone back next school year.  Have a safe and healthy summer. Go Trojans! #TrojanTrue

Mr. Troy Roth, Superintendent