Parma City School District

Serving the communities of Parma, Parma Heights, and Seven Hills

New Website Coming in August

The website you are now viewing is a temporary site. The Parma City Schools will be introducing a new website in August to better communicate with students, staff, families, and the communities we serve. Click here to learn about the new site.
 
 

Summer Programming

Classes have ended in the PCSD, but learning goes on all summer long. We have a number of special programs that help us to extend learning and enrichment for students so that they are able to continue academic gains they made during the school year. Click here to learn more.
 
 

Back to School 2014 

Classes begin August 25th! Click here to check out school supply lists, download the calendar, review transportation information, bell schedules, and more to prepare for the 2014-2015 school year! 
 

The Latest News

  • Notice: John Muir Families

    Please be aware that an incorrect letter went out to John Muir Elementary families welcoming them to Renwood Elementary for the 2014-2015 school year. We apologize for any confusion this error created.

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  •  Health and Wellness image

    Health & Wellness Fair is August 2nd

    Free health screenings, vision screenings, haircuts and book bags while supplies last. Services are available to unemployed, underemployed or those in need.

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  •  Backpacks for Kids

    School Supplies for Students in Need

    Hundreds of children in need in the Parma City School District will be provided with backpacks and school supplies through community partnerships in the 2014-2015 school year.

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  • How to Register for this Website

    In order to provide the best possible communication between our district and your household, we request that you register on our new website. Once registered, you should subscribe for E-Alerts at sites and sections you find relevant.

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  • PCSD Receives $732,000 Straight A Grant

    The Parma City Schools have been awarded a Straight A grant from the State of Ohio in the amount of $732,646.96. The purpose of the grant will be to enable parents to become more actively involved with their children’s education with the help of training provided to families by classroom teachers.

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  • Register Now for Fall!

    It's time to register your child for the 2014-2015 school year! Parents registering prior to August 1st should call Student Services at 440-885-8794. Parents registering after August 1st may simply stop by the Student Services Department located in the Administrative Center at 5311 Longwood Avenue in Parma. Registrations are taken between the hours of 7:30am - 4:00pm.

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  • New Website Coming in August

    The website you are now viewing is a temporary site. The Parma City Schools will be introducing a new website in August to better communicate with students, staff, families, and the communities we serve.

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  • Notice of Intent to Hire

    Pursuant to Sections 121.22 and 3307.353 of the Revised Code, notice is hereby given that a current administrator of the Parma City School District, Karen Velbeck, is intending to retire on or about July 1, 2014 and is seeking to be reemployed by the Parma City School District Board of Education after such retirement.

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  •  Autidor Seal

    PCSD Earns Award for Clean Finances

    The Parma City School District is one of only a few across Ohio to receive an Auditor of State Award from David Yost, Auditor of the State of Ohio.

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    Join the C/B/S and Change a Child's Life

    Throughout the year, Partners play an important role in the success of children through donations, internships, mentorships, acting as experts in the classroom, and many other ways to help our students achieve. Join the C/B/S Partnership LinkedIn Group to see some of the ways you can get involved.

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  • Extended Day Care Registration Information

    The Parma City School District offers Extended Day Care services to families requiring before- and after-school care. The following registration information is for the 2014-2015 school year:

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