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Heave ho!

Northwood Intermediate students take part in tug-of-war during their end of year Fun & Field Day! 

Hooray!

SHS volleyball seniors are having a ball! 

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School's In!

Emerson Primary kindergartners are excited for the school year! 

2023 Senior Girls Sit by SCS School Bus
Hello, Seniors!

Class of 2023 — Senior Rah! 

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Junior Brooklyn Koester stands next to a Flow period supplies dispenser.

SHS junior, Brooklyn Koester, noticed that some of her friends and classmates would not always have period products during an unexpected emergency and might have to miss class or leave school.

When she started to research this more, she realized attendance can increase when free period products are offered in schools so she created Club Red Shelby County to raise money and awareness about period poverty and provide products for free at Sidney High School.

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Sidney City Schools staff are ready to start the school year! This year the district welcomes new administration at Sidney Middle School and Longfellow Primary

Sidney Middle School welcomes a new administrative team with principal Gregg Johnson and assistant principals Jesie Geuy and Chris Lucius. Michelle Link will replace Michael Moore at Longfellow Primary as principal. Moore is staying in the district but moving to oversee Jacket Virtual Academy (JaVA) as principal. 

Sidney City Schools superintendent Bob Humble expressed his excitement about the new administrative staff. “Gregg, Jesie, Chris, and Michelle are going to be great additions to our team. All four are highly ambitious and eager to make a positive impact on the lives of our students and within our school community.”

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When students are healthy, feel safe, and are supported through strong systems and relationships, they are more likely to enjoy learning, develop positive social skills, and achieve greater success. With that in mind, Sidney City Schools is committed to strengthening the school community through partnerships between parents, students, the school, and the community. 

Last school year, Sidney City Schools proudly introduced Parent University—a program meant to further support parents and guardians in their journey of raising children. Seeing great value in the workshops and presentations, the district plans to continue this school-family partnership program in which parents and guardians are invited to join our community of learners.

Parent University is a combination of workshops and presentations, all centered around students and families with the purpose of growing together and preparing everyone for success.

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At A Glance

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3,300+

Student Enrollment

Our district is made up of approximately 3,300 students, 6 schools, 200 teachers, and 150 support staff such as aides, custodians, bus drivers, cooks, and secretaries. Each school also has a security officer or SRO and a trained emergency response team for student and staff safety.

70+

Extra-Curricular Activities & Programs

Starting as early as fifth and sixth grade, we offer our students a variety of boys, girls, and co-ed sports and provide our students the opportunity to become members and leaders of clubs. Students may also choose to become involved in our highly successful music program by taking band, choir, or orchestra.

300

Preschool Students

Early childhood education lays the groundwork for the development of a lifelong learner. Whittier Early Childhood Center staff strive to support the whole child by providing learning opportunities in all areas of development including social-emotional skills and academic foundations. 

15+

CCP & AP Courses

Sidney High School offers its students more than 15 college credit plus and advanced placement courses, allowing students to take and earn credit for college-level courses while staying at Sidney High School. Some students are able to obtain an associate's degree in tandem with their high school diploma. 

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