Special Announcements

  • 5th Annual Golf Scramble - East Canton Band Program

    Saturday- June 3, 2017

    Registration is open NOW!

    All proceeds go to support the students in the East Canton Band. 

    All golfers receive 18 holes of golf, a cart, hot dogs at the turn, and a lunch afterward. 

    Teams of 1,2, or 3 may be combined.

    For more information call (330) 488-0301. 

    Osnaburg Local School District
  • Senior Breakfast-Friday, May 26th

    Parents and guests please RSVP no later than Friday, May 19th to attend 

    Osnaburg Local School District
  • Free Sports Physicals

    May 30th, 2017

    8:00am-12:00pm 

    Students who will be in grades 9-12 next school year can have their physicals completed for FREE

    See Athletics page for further information

    Osnaburg Local School District

Track Project Photos

Stadium Project Layout

Turf and Track Project

Please pardon our dust...    

5.24.17  Update...Wow...What a busy day on our stadium project site. The base layer of asphalt  is in.  Depending on weather, our crew will start the second layer of asphalt on Thursday or the process will shut down for the day if there is too much rain. Installation of turf will follow the completion of asphalt and then the coating for the track will be installed. East side goal post was put up and west side was soon to follow.  Project completion timeline is August 1st.  We can't thank our family of donors enough for helping us to get our project up and running. We are eager to continue our partnerships and fund-raising efforts for our children for years to come. Are you interested in financially partnering with us? Please call Mr. Boggs at 330.488.1609 to discuss. Go Hornets and Wizards!                                                                  
     

The Heart of Our Community a video by: Down the Road Productions(Andrew Anthony,EC Class of '98)

Presented by: Down the Road Productions ( Andrew Anthony, East Canton Class of 1998)

Division 4 District Runner Ups

In the News

The pHarming Effects

  

A group of East Canton High School students participated in putting on a program outlining the dangers of prescription drug abuse for EC Middle School Students. You can see the featured local news article by clicking on the link below:

Teens give warning about prescription drug abuse

 

Hunger: The Bus Stops Here

 The Osnaburg Local School District teamed up with 20 other school districts from Stark, Carroll, Summit, Tuscarawas and Wayne counties along with the Stark County Educational Service Center for the inaugural Hunger: The Bus Stops Here food drive that was in conjunction with the ‘Harvest for Hunger’ campaign.

The efforts filled a caravan of 17 school buses from the districts that gathered and drove the food to the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank on Monday, May 1st.  The seats of the buses were packed full with boxes of donated food.

Together the schools donated 29, 296 pounds of food and approximately $8, 500 in monetary donations. This equates to 58, 413 meals.

The great success of the inaugural food drive shows the incredible impact we can make by working together. A huge thank you to everyone who took a part to stop hunger.

 

Food items ready to be unloaded from the bus

 

  

The bus caravan lining up 

  

A look inside the food bank 

 

 

 

 

  LINK TO ATHLETICS CALENDAR <<<Athletics Calendar>>>

LINK FOR PRINTABLE 2017-2018  SCHOOL YEAR CALENDAR    >>>2017-18 Calendar 1.doc <<<

Athletics Spring Photos

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SURVEY DESCRIPTION

East Canton Schools recognizes the need to model continuous improvement and we value the guidance and support from all stakeholders-students, staff, parents and community, as to how we can “get better” as a district.

Research that is the basis for the improvement process can be found at:

Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) Guide, www.ohioleadership.org

Please provide us with constructive feedback by completing the appropriate survey listed below and if you have any questions, please feel free to call Todd Boggs at 330.488.1609.

Thank you,

EC Plan Team

Go Hornets!

Go Wizards!

Student     Staff     Parent     Community

East Canton Students

Old Fashioned Community Festival

Rabies Awareness in Stark County

Please read link from the Health Department:  Rabies Awareness in Stark County

A second raccoon in Paris Township has been tested and confirmed positive with raccoon rabies variant (RRV) by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

USDA will begin Oral Rabies Vaccine (ORV) baiting to immunize wild raccoons against rabies. 

The Health Department is urging residents to  protect your families and pets against rabies:

-AVOID contact with wildlife and animals you do not know

-TEACH children to stay away from wildlife and unfamiliar animals

-VACCINATE your dogs & cats for rabies and keep them current

-CALL your doctor if bitten. Call your veterinarian if your pet fought with a wild animal

Please follow Stark County Health Department on Facebook or call at 330-493-9904 ext. 202 with additional questions.