OPEN ENROLL INFO AND APPLICATION.pdf
2015-2016 OPEN ENROLLMENT APPLICATION AND INFORMATION
Beginning on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. and continuing through 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday September 30, 2015 completed Open Enrollment applications for the 2015-16 school year will be accepted at the office of the superintendent located at 121 Nichols Street, Cardington, Ohio 43315. For more information and an application click here:
Free Sports Physicals for Grades 7-12
The Morrow County Hospital is offering free sports physicals to athletes in grades 7-12 for the 2015-2016 school year. Click here for more information:
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Kindergarten Round-Up will be held at the Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School on April 21, and April 23 from 9am to 5pm. If you have a child that will be five years old on or before August 1, 2015 please contact the Elementary office at 419-864-6692 to make an appointment.
Think Spring! Get the Spring Sports Schedule
There's no better way to thaw out than to come see our baseball, softball, and track teams. Seasons begin in just over three weeks. Most contests are free admission. Spring Sports Schedule
District Explores Partnership with the Tomorrow Center
The Cardington-Lincoln Local School District is currently exploring a partnership with the Tomorrow Center School which is currently sponsored by the Mount Gilead Exempted Village Schools and located at the former Edison School. The Tomorrow Center operates as a community conversion school with a primary focus on educating students who have excessive barriers to learning and are at-risk of not graduating. Read more...
INFORMATION ON NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLEGE CREDIT
Starting with the 2015-2016 College Credit Plus (CCP) will replace the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEO) and the Dual-Enrollment Program in the District. As with PSEO and Dual Enrollment, CCP still allows qualified students to earn college and high school credit while enrolled as high school students. Nearly all courses taken through colleges and universities, thus known as Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) will be offered tuition free to students who meet admission standards. While students make take courses from any public IHE and any participating IHE, certain college courses will be offered at Cardington-Lincoln High School. To learn more, download this information sheet
and visit this link from ODE.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT SYMPTOMS OF ILLNESS AND SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
letter to parents communicable disease.pdf
In light of recent developments about various communicable diseases including enterovirus (EV-D68), measles, mumps, and Ebola, it is important that parents understand our district’s regular
policies and protocols that are in place to assist us in maintaining a safe and healthy school environment.
INCOMING 9th GRADERS TO HAVE NEW GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
The Governor's approval of House Bill 487 will change graduation requirements for the class of 2018. One major change includes the elimination of the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) by a new series of End-of-Course Exams. For more information from the Ohio Department of Education, read here
INFORMATION ABOUT SCHOOL DISTRICT INCOME TAX PAYMENTS
In November 2013, voters in the Cardington-Lincoln Local School District approved a three-quarters percent (0.75%) EARNED INCOME TAX. The tax is in effect beginning January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2018. The following is a list of Frequently Asked Questions answered by the Ohio Department of Taxation: Read more...
Cardington-Lincoln Elementary named "School of Honor" for high performance for the second straight year.
SOH Cardington Lincoln ES_004879.pdf
State Superintendent of Schools, Dick Ross, announced in October that the Cardington-Lincoln Elementary School was named a "School of Honor" for High Performance. Read more...
Cardington-Lincoln High School named "School of Promise" for closing the performance gap for the second straight year.
SOP Cardington Lincoln HS_004861.pdf
State Superintendent of Schools, Dick Ross, announced in October that the Cardington-Lincoln High School was named a "School of Promise" for closing the performance gap between groups of students. Read more...