5940 Clyde Moore Dr. Groveport, OH 43125  |  614-492-2520
A Message from the Superintendent
Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year! I’m very pleased to report that this has been one of the smoothest starts to a new school year that I’ve witnessed as a superintendent. While I'm not saying it was flawless, I can say that it has gone exceedingly well. Our biggest challenge to date is overcrowding at several of the buildings. With several of our schools already at capacity, some new students had to be moved to another nearby school. Fortunately, our schools are located in close proximity to one another. Nevertheless, we understand that parents want their children to be as close to home as possible. Over the course of the next few months we will be looking at potential short- and long-term solutions to accommodate increasing enrollment. 
Groveport Madison Digital Pre-K Program Taking Applications
Many parents are looking for an affordable, high-quality preschool program for their three- and four-year olds. Groveport Madison School District is currently enrolling preschoolers in our Early Learning Digital Preschool Program, which will begin on September 20, and conclude on November 15 (a separate winter session will be available as well). 
John Hurd Promoted to Deputy Superintendent
At the July 13 Board Meeting, John Hurd was promoted to the position of Deputy Superintendent. Hurd will oversee all District operations departments, including human resources, student services, custodial and maintenance services, transportation, and technology, as well all District construction projects. 
Football / Large Event Parking Plans Announced
With the construction of the new high school taking up a large portion of the south parking lot, the District has been working with Groveport Police to develop a plan to accommodate large-event parking, including all home football games. The focus of the plan is to ensure the safety of motorists and pedestrians and to effectively manage the flow of traffic in the area. 
District Hires New Curriculum Director
Garilee Ogden is excited to join the Groveport Madison School District as the director of curriculum, instruction and professional development because she wants to help students and teachers. Ogden, who has been an educator for 19 years, believes her experience working as a principal and director of professional development and accountability will help her make an impact at Groveport Madison. 
New Math Resources to Aid Student Achievement Initiatives
Last spring, the Board of Education approved the adoption of new mathematics textbooks, support materials, and online resources for the District. It had been a number of years since the Groveport Madison Schools had the funds to update its math program. 
New Curriculum Coordinator Eager to Work with GM Community
Susan Martin will serve as the District’s new coordinator for curriculum, instruction and professional development. She will work closely with Garilee Ogden, who was recently hired as the director of curriculum, instruction and professional development. The department will focus on finding ways to support teachers, principals and school improvement coordinators in raising student achievement. 
GM High School Hall of Fame Inductees Announced
On Friday, Sept. 9, four individuals, as well as members of the 1919 Girls Basketball Team, will be inducted into the Groveport Madison High School's Athletics Hall of Fame. 
Asbury ES Gets New Principal
Staci Peters is the new principal at Asbury Elementary. Peters, a graduate of Groveport Madison High School, joined the district last year as a school improvement coordinator at Sedalia Elementary School. She said she’s eager to take on a leadership role in the district. “I’ve always wanted to be a principal, and I’ve heard a lot of good things about the staff at Asbury.” 
08-25-16 Construction Update
Work on the new high school construction project is now very evident, as exterior walls are being erected very quickly. At present, nearly all of the perimeter walls of the main and auxiliary gymnasiums have been constructed, and work is well underway on the remainder of the athletic wing, as well as with the dining commons, and auditorium. Construction crews are working from the northernmost portion of the building and moving southward. Walls will soon start going up for the three academic wings, which are located on the south end of the building. 
Cruiser Academy Moves to New Location
Cruiser Academy students started classes in a newly-renovated space designed to promote innovation and learning. The District relocated Cruiser Academy from rented space in a shopping center to a building the District purchased last year to house the community school, as well as the District’s transportation services, maintenance and technology departments, and administrative offices. The building is located at 4400 Marketing Place, Suite A, in Groveport. 
Golden Cruiser Card Now Available
Groveport Madison Schools welcomes the involvement and interest of senior members of our school district. As such, the District has established the Golden Cruiser Club as a way to encourage area senior citizens to enjoy – free of charge – the many exciting and entertaining performances, contests and events that highlight the skills and talents of our students. 
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