Cardinal Schools

PO Box 188
15982 E. High Street
Middlefield, Ohio 44062

Ph: 440.632.0261
Fax: 440.632.5886
www.cardinalschools.org

Superintendent – Scott J. Hunt, EdD
scott.hunt@cardinalschools.org

The Cardinal School District serves its nearly 1,100 students from Middlefield, Huntsburg, and Parkman in four school buildings: Cardinal High School, Cardinal Middle School, Cardinal Intermediate School, and A.J. Jordak Elementary School.  All teachers are Highly Qualified and properly certified according to the state standards of Ohio. Every member of the staff works hard to provide a quality education for our students thus allowing several of our buildings to receive consistent, Excellent Ratings from the state on the annual report card. All Cardinal schools are designed to meet the unique needs of students in an atmosphere that respects differences in learning style, interest, and personal development.

There are many exciting and innovative plans in place for the Cardinal school district including: enhanced classroom technology, website upgrades, and improved class offerings. Couple these enhancements with our all day, every day Kindergarten classes, bussing for high school students, and the reintroduction of band, music, and choir and it’s clear, positive transformation is already underway in Cardinal schools.  We have 650 chromebooks district wide and starting with the 2015-16 school year, the high school will feature a 1:1 iPad rollout program, where every student will have an iPad for classroom learning. These improvements will only increase the value of a Cardinal Local Schools diploma while continuing to set our school, students, and staff apart in the years to come!  What’s inside? Huskie Pride!


October Town Hall Mtg Replay


Welcome to Let’s Talk!   Click Here to Talk
Tuesday, Nov. 8, our community will be asked to weigh in on whether our school district should levy an additional 4.5­mill tax to help us continue providing a high-quality education to all of our students.
The additional levy is expected to generate $1,368,202 in revenue.
Before you head to the polls, we want to give you the opportunity to learn more about the levy — how the money will be spent, why it matters to our students’ education, and more.
With this Let’s Talk! page, we can answer your questions and take your comments about the proposal. Simply select your desired topic below, and start a conversation. As Election Day draws closer, we’ll continue to update these pages with additional information.
With Let’s Talk!, we’re always listening. It’s available 24 hours a day, seven days a week from any computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Thank you!

 

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