A Note from our Principal, Mrs. Walk
Hello Trebein Parents,
When there is a levy on the ballot, we receive lots of information and often wonder, "How does this impact my child's school?" I would like to take a moment to provide you with information as to the programs and services at Trebein that are dependent upon the renewal levy.
This zero tax increase renewal levy would allow us to maintain the status quo of all programs and services currently in place.
However, without the renewal levy, the following changes at Trebein would take place:
* Physical Education classes would be eliminated.
* Art classes would be eliminated.
* Music classes would be eliminated.
* Library classes would be eliminated.
* Skills Lab classes would be eliminated.
* Field Trips would be eliminated.
* Transportation would be eliminated for any family within a two mile radius of Trebein.
* Kindergarten would be changed to half day.
Your child's school experience would look drastically different than it does now. Beavercreek Schools have historically provided these valuable programs and services above state minimum requirements.
Each of the programs and services listed above to be eliminated or reduced also represent staff members who would lose their jobs or incur reduction.
Early voting on the renewal levy begins on April 6th and Election Day is on May 4th if you would like to vote in person.
Our district will hold one more community forum to share information regarding school funding, how school funding impacts Ohio schools and specifically Beavercreek City Schools, Beavercreek data compared to similar districts, and information about the May levy. In addition, we will provide a portion of the forum to serve as a Q&A session regarding topics related to the district. This final forum will be held in the BHS Auditorium on April 13 from 7:00- 8:30 p.m. and will be live-streamed, recorded, and available for viewing through the district website.
Counselor's Corner with Mrs. Tate
Let's Hear it for our March Staff Spotlight!
Lost and Found
PTO NEEDS YOU!
Have you missed all of the fun PTO events this year? Are you looking forward to future festivals, carnivals, and everything in between? We need your help to make it all happen!
The Trebein PTO is looking for committee chairs for the 2021/2022 school year, and we are also accepting nominations for 2021-2023 executive board positions.
Please take a look at the open positions by clicking the link below, and consider signing up to help!
What great programs did the PTO sponsor in March?
Our PTO does AMAZING things all around our school! Thank you to our PTO for these important contributions:
-Avenue of Flags
-Guided reading books for K-1
-Classroom supplies for Mrs. Ross
-Owl program for Kindergarten
-National Audubon Society program for 2nd Grade
A PEAK INSIDE THE SCHOOL
April is the Month of the Military Child. We have
a large military presence at Trebein and have some
fun activities planned. If you have pictures you
would like to submit for our display, please feel
free to send them digitally to
firstname.lastname@example.org or send them in with your
I hope you are able to take a couple minutes to
read through the flyer below.
This year Trebein Elementary will be hosting
its 2021 Science Fair on May 11th, 12th, and 13th.
We're so excited to be having a fair this year,
and are splitting our fair into 3 days to
help students be able to space out and keep
Third graders will be presenting on the 11th,
fourth graders on the 12th, and fifth graders on
the 13th at Trebein Elementary in person. We may
have some virtual students participating through
Google Meets as well.
If your student is interested in participating, and you have not already done so, please use the grade specific links below. If anything changes or you have further
questions, please feel free to email
Thank you in advance for your support of our young
Angela Hoh, Heather Byrd, and Nick Loper (Science