Grab N Go Meals
Mondays 11:00am - 11:45am Door 1
June 29 th
Available Now Under Parents Tab
*Preschool students should be 4 years old by October 1, 2020. However , students can be screened as early as their 3rd birthday*
NOW through June 5th Under Parents TAB
We know that this has been a very uncertain time in all of your lives and want to help in any capacity possible. We have created a compilation of resources to help you explain COVID-19 to your children, explore health and wellness strategies during this very stressful time, and utilize free educational resources/learning experiences while your child is home from school.
LINK to Web-page: Osnaburg Local COVID-19 Resources
Please direct school-related questions to email@example.com
Please direct specific COVID-19 questions to the Stark County Health Department: (330) 493-9904
The Osnaburg Local School District Team
Grab and Go style Breakfast and Lunch will be available for pick up fro all students of East Canton.
Drive thru style pick up can be made at East Canton High School, Door #1 from 11:00-11:45 am. Lunch and breakfast bags will be given for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday for each student in your household.
If you do not have transportation please phone 330-488-1609 and leave a message with your name and phone number, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will contact you regarding scheduling a delivery of the bags to your home.
It is important for you to refrigerate any necessary items. Due to limited resources the mobile feeding menu will be restrictive and may not meet the individual dietary needs.
Grab N Go will be available on:
Monday, June 1st 11:00 am - 11:45 am
Monday, June 8th 11:00 am - 11:45 am
Monday, June 15th 11:00 am - 11:45 am
Monday, June 22nd 11:00 am - 11:45 am
Monday, June 29th 11:00 am -11:45 am
Academic Goal: By October 2021, 100% of our students will demonstrate a minimum of one year's growth and 80% of our student body will reach proficiency or above in all subject areas using MAP, SLO, state and local assessments.
Climate/Conditions Goal: By October 2021, 100% of Osnaburg Local School District staff, in partnership with students, families, and community organizations will cultivate a safe, supportive, and inclusive school climate that nurtures the development of the whole child as measured by district collected non-academic indicators.
We understand that there are some students that do not have a device (such as a computer, phone, or tablet) to do their homework while we are away from school. Those students who are in need will be able to borrow a computer from the school. Unfortunately we do not have enough for all students in the district, but we want to help those that are in need. You have two options on how to contact us to let us know you need a computer.
1) Fill out the google form by clicking here. This will give us the information we need to get a computer ready for your student.
2) Call Maria Mayle at 330-488-0334 to speak with her about getting a computer. Please leave a message if no one answers.
**When you pick up the computer, you will need to fill out a computer borrower responsibility form.
There a few options that the district has been made aware of when it comes to internet connectivity. Spectrum is offering free home internet to students during this crisis. You can contact Spectrum at 1-844-488-8395. The other option is contacting your cell phone carrier. Many of the carriers are offering free unlimited data to students for their phones. This will allow a student to use their phone as a hot spot to connect a computer so that homework can be done for school. Hopefully this will cover most connectivity issues. Please fell free to also use the WI-FI available by parking at the football stadium or Smith gym as well.
We understand that many teachers will be using Google Meet to have class over the next few weeks. Click the link https://youtu.be/_ftEhUczkII to watch a short video on how to join a meeting.
Osnaburg Local Schools has implemented STEM education at all building levels. STEM focuses on subject-specific learning, along with helping to foster inquiring minds, logical reasoning, and collaborative skills. East Canton’s STEM implementation grew from individual courses that focused on problem-based learning to a school-wide focus and culture of innovation. Since implementation, 100% of teachers have been trained in problem-based learning, which enhances the STEM practices at East Canton High.
Little Hornets Preschool has been awarded the 5-Star quality rating for the past two years. Step Up To Quality is a five-star quality rating and improvement system that recognizes and promotes learning and development programs that meet quality program standards that exceed regulations. Program standards are based on national research identifying standards which lead to improved outcomes for children.
STEM education is active and focuses on a student-centered learning environment. Students engage in questioning, problem solving, collaboration, and hands-on activities while they address real life issues. The elementary has also implemented STEM sections in the 4th and 5th grade levels.
East Canton Elementary utilizes personalized education and building wide intervention.
East Canton Middle School was awarded the Momentum Award for the third straight year. This award recognizes schools that have received A's for every value- added measure included on the Ohio School Report Cards.
This is evidence of the commitment to our students' success by ensuring our students meet and exceed growth expectations.
East Canton High School has earned a STEM designation from the Ohio Department of Education STEM Committee. This honor has only been awarded to 1.6% of schools across the state. ECHS is proud to be the first Stark County High School recognized with this distinction.
The STEM program which was implemented in 2012 has since expanded through community and business partnerships with Hendrickson Trailer Commercial Vehicle Systems, Pero Farms, Edhesive/Amazon, Pointful Education, and the Young Entrepreneur Grant Symposium to name a few.
These partnerships allow us to provide additional opportunities for staff and students as well as allowing us to share our lessons with other school districts. East Canton High School is on the forefront of leading-edge instructional practices. In addition to STEM, ECHS has implemented virtual reality, artificial intelligence, agricultural engineering, and computer science resources from Amazon into the curriculum.
EAST CANTON, Ohio - East Canton High School has earned a STEM designation by the Ohio STEM committee. This honor has only been awarded to 1.6% of schools across Ohio. East Canton High School becomes the first Stark County High School to be recognized with this distinction.
The STEM designation was recommended by a panel of policymakers, agency directors, and business leaders. The panel stated, “East Canton’s STEM implementation grew from individual courses that focused on problem-based learning to a school-wide focus and culture of innovation. Since implementation, 100% of teachers have been trained in problem-based learning, which enhances the STEM practices at East Canton High.”
The first STEM class at East Canton High School was basically financed by the three classroom teachers, and today through grants and district and business support, that district has been able to build a “makerspace” for students that holds both low tech and high tech equipment and materials from software to robotics to CNC machining to drones to 3-D printers.
East Canton High School’s STEM program has expanded through partnerships with Hendrickson Trailer Commercial Vehicle Systems, Pero Farms, Edhesive/Amazon, Pointful Education, and the Young Entrepreneur Grant Symposium to name a few. These partnerships allow us to provide additional opportunities for staff and students as well as allowing us to share our lessons with other school districts. East Canton High School is on the forefront of leading-edge instructional practices. In addition to STEM, ECHS has implemented virtual reality, artificial intelligence, agricultural engineering, and computer science resources from Amazon into the curriculum.
Superintendent Kevin Finefrock stated, “East Canton teachers are state-wide leaders in the areas of innovation and problem-based learning. Their dedication to students, the community, and the teaching profession is remarkable. The collective dedication to implement research-based instructional practices is rooted from the desire to prepare our students to be critical thinkers, collaborators, and problem-solvers.”
“We are proud to welcome these new members of the Ohio STEM Learning Network as they join Ohio’s diverse, and fast-growing STEM community,” said Aimee Kennedy, Senior Vice-President of Education, STEM Learning and Philanthropy at Battelle. “Each new school broadens our perspective and grows the collective impact of this state’s strong STEM ecosystem.”
The Ohio STEM Committee is supported by the Ohio Department of Education.