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There are a lot of great things happening at Sidney City Schools. Scroll through for all of the latest news!

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Sidney City Schools has set their kindergarten screening and registration for the 2024-2025 school year for Tuesday, May 21, 2024, for Longfellow Primary School and Wednesday, May 22, 2024, for Emerson Primary School. Both screenings will take place at Longfellow Primary at 1250 Park Street. Appointments can be made beginning Monday, March 4, 2024. 

Students who are enrolling in kindergarten and who DO NOT currently attend Whittier Early Childhood Center may call to schedule a screening appointment beginning Monday, March 4, 2024.

Children must be five years of age on or before August 1, 2024, to enroll in the Sidney City Schools kindergarten program. Students who currently attend Whittier Early Childhood Center DO NOT need to schedule an appointment or go through the screening process. 

  • Longfellow Primary Kindergarten Screening will take place Tuesday, May 21, 2024, at Longfellow Primary Schools. To schedule a screening appointment, please call Longfellow Primary at 937-497-2264. 
  • Emerson Primary Kindergarten Screening will take place Wednesday, May 22, 2024, at Longfellow Primary School. To schedule a screening appointment for Emerson, please call Emerson Primary at 937-497-2261.
  • If you are not sure which school your child will attend based on your address, call either school. 

Current Whittier Early Childhood Center students who plan to transition to kindergarten will go through the process with WECC staff. WECC will provide more information about updating your enrollment records. 

  • Emerson Primary
  • Kindergarten
  • Longfellow Primary
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A total solar eclipse is a rare and spectacular event. On average, one happens somewhere on the Earth once every 1.5 years and only 21 solar eclipses have crossed the lower 48 in the entire history of the United States. Sidney, Ohio is lucky enough to be within the path of totality for the Great North American Eclipse on Monday, April 8, 2024. 

Sidney Athletic Boosters will be selling parking for cars and RVs for eclipse enthusiasts to witness this spectacular event. Our student-athletes and family members will be working to give viewers a good experience. Parking on the Sidney City Schools school and athletic campus boasts 1,200 paved parking spaces and 100 acres of green space. 

Sidney City Schools Board of Ed 2024: Stephanie Wilson, Zack Bosslet, Greg Dickman, Laurie Kimmel, Nikki New

January is School Board Recognition Month, and Sidney City Schools is celebrating its board members for their dedication and commitment to the district and its students.

“The dedication, commitment, and vision of our school board members shape the future of our schools and students,” Sidney Superintendent Bob Humble said. “Their focus is always on helping all our students be successful in their future endeavors. Celebrating School Board Recognition Month is one way to say thanks for all they do.” 

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Sidney City Schools is committed to the safety and well-being of our students and school community. That’s why we continue to take important steps to enhance personal safety for our students and staff and provide a positive learning environment for all students.

Our district continues to use the Stay Safe. Speak Up! Student Safety Reporting System (powered by PublicSchoolWORKS). Stay Safe. Speak Up! is a comprehensive reporting tool that allows students, parents, and staff to submit safety concerns to school officials. 

Concerns can be submitted in three ways:

  1. Mobile App. Download the Stay Safe. Speak Up! mobile app and enter our unique District Code to submit reports directly from your smartphone. District Code: SIDNEY
    Find the app in the App Store or the Google Play Store by searching "Stay Safe Speak Up."

  2. Phone. Call 1-866-547-8362 to leave a voice message or speak with a trained, live attendant. Attendants can initiate contact with various national crisis hotlines if a student needs help in dealing with a personal emergency.

  3. Online. Click on the STAY SAFE. SPEAK UP! button (siren icon) on the homepage of every school website on to access the online form from a desktop computer or laptop. You can also find this link in various accessible places on the website. You can also use the search tool by clicking on the magnifying glass in the Menu and searching "Stay Safe. Speak Up!"

Students, staff, and families can easily report tips on bullying, harassment, drugs, weapons, thoughts of suicide, or any other concern that may jeopardize the safety of students, employees, or school property. 

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