Sciotoville Community School has made registration for the 2020-2021 school year available online. Please follow the link to view and fill out the student registration form. Upon completion, please upload all documentation requested at the end of the form. If you have any questions, please call Sciotoville Elementary Academy - 740-776-2920 or East Jr./Sr. High School - 740-776-6777. Student Registration Link - Click Here
Sciotoville Community Schools' Art Teacher, Robin Slusher, will be holding a virtual art show for all art students. The art show this year will be held on the schools' Facebook. The community will cast their vote for their favorite artwork in each category. Cash prizes will be handed out to 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place in each category. Each student will keep the cash and nothing will go to the school. In the past, all fundraisers during the year would pay for a portion of the and with the difficult times right now it’s not going to be possible. With that [...]
Please use the link below to fill out the attached 2020-2021 Student Enrollment Form and submit. https://www.east.k12.oh.us/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/StudentEnrollmentFormActive.pdf
Atomic Student-Run Credit Union East High School currently partners with Atomic Credit Union to provide a Student-Run Credit Union for our students every Friday during lunch. Atomic Credit Union has recently opened a branch in Wheelersburg, OH making it even more convenient for our students to access their Atomic Credit Union accounts. We have a few flyers to share with information about contests and account information. Please check them out.
Mr. Jim Johnson is happy to offer an introduction to sport Judo at Sciotoville. We'll hold our first meeting on Tuesday, April 16 at 6:00 at the SEA/Sciotoville Christian Church building. This will primarily be an introduction to the concepts of balance, control, and leg strength as it applies to other sports. Free and open to any student athlete at Sciotoville Community School. Please contact EHS for any additional information.
Pathway to Success: Sciotoville Elementary Academy focuses on meeting the needs of its rural communitydrew22mader2018-05-10T13:10:08-04:00
As people in Sciotoville tell it, their children historically have gotten Portsmouth’s leftovers—from textbooks to sports uniforms and more. That belief, they say, was the impetus for creating Sciotoville’s two start-up charter public schools. Sciotoville East Community Schools are unique among charter public schools in Ohio. Serving students and their families from Appalachia, they are two of the very small number of charters located outside of the state’s urban communities. They illustrate what’s possible when educators, families, and an entire community come together to save their schools by transforming them into public charter schools. This profile of the staff, students, and [...]