On Monday, the Ohio Board of Education and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Paolo DeMaria recognized 63 districts, 436 schools and 12 Career-Technical Planning Districts for achieving high performance, outstanding progress and momentum for students across Ohio.
The recognition included multiple Richland County schools:
Mansfield Spanish Immersion School: 240 Euclid Avenue, Mansfield
Award: School of Honor – High Performing
Number of Years Receiving This Award: 3
Shiloh Middle School: 400 Trux Street, Plymouth
Award: School of Honor – High Progress
Number of Years Receiving This Award: 1
Goal Digital Academy: 890 West Fourth Street, Mansfield
Award: Exceeds Standards (Category: Dropout Prevention and Recovery Community Schools)
Number of Years Receiving This Award: 1*
*This is a new award that debuted just this year.
“The students, teachers, administrators and staff honored today are shining examples to peers and colleagues around Ohio,” said State Board of Education President Laura Kohler. “We are so proud of these award recipients and the effort they put in to learning, leading and growing every day. We are both encouraged and challenged by the example of excellence they are setting.”
For lists of all school honored and more information on the categories, visit the Ohio Department of Education website.