Check out the Recap from our Sept. 13 BOE Mtg

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Board of Education Meeting Recap

September 14, 2023

BOARD OF EDUCATION RECOGNITIONS (18:56 mark on the YouTube Video)

There were many recognitions to begin the Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, September 13. 

To start, Superintendent Grube made two recommendations. The first was to adopt a Resolution recognizing September 11 as Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance. The second recommendation was to adopt a resolution recognizing September as National Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month.

After this, many groups were recognized for their dedication to Groveport Madison Schools. The Board of Education recognized the following groups:

  • Madison Township Police and the Groveport Madison High School Admin Team was recognized for their dedication and safety efforts at the Canal Winchester football game to to the district's overall safety.
  • The district Maintenance Department was recognized for their hard work at the 4500 Building, and Custodians for the cleanliness of our buildings.
  • PrimaryOne Health Center was recognized for their partnership with our district and for providing physicals for our Fall Sport Athletes. 
  • Addie Redd, Officer Brian Myers of Columbus Police Department and Madison Township Police were recognized for hosting National Night Out where they provided demonstrations, games, and food for our students and community members. 
  • Groveport Madison Human needs was recognized for supplying 813 backpacks with school supplies to students in grades Kindergarten through 12 in our District.

We are so thankful for all of our partnerships and look forward to our continued work with these groups! 

MIKE MORBITZER DISCUSSED PLC WORK  (9:50 mark on the YouTube Video)

Mike Morbitzer, Director of Innovation and Accountability for Groveport Madison Schools, discussed the work that the Administration team for the district has been working on. The purpose of the continued work through the PLC - Professional Learning Communities - is to help all students achieve better results. The PLC work is centered around 5 principles all prompted by the question “what do we do?”:

  1. We focus on learning

  2. We collaborate

  3. We take responsibility

  4. We ask “what are the results?”

  5. We decide what to do next

The Administration is excited to use this work to unite our District Administration, Teachers, and Staff, as one team. 


The Board of Education is looking to start a Student Advisory Committee as well as a Parent Advisory Council. All students interested in the Student Advisory Committee can get an application from the front office of their building. All parents interested in joining the Parent Advisory Council can visit the district website and fill out their application online:


The District continues to seek interested candidates for many positions. Interested parties should visit our employment page:


Board of Education meetings generally occur on the second Wednesday of the month, starting at 7:00 PM. The Board may also schedule special meetings as needed. Upcoming meetings include:

   Wed., Oct. 11, 7 PM, Regular Mtg

   Wed., Nov. 8, 7 PM, Regular Mtg

   Wed., Dec. 13, 7 PM, Regular Mtg


View approved Board of Education meeting minutes at

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