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The Trad21 Initiative

Our TRAD 21 INITIATIVE is underway for the Middle School and High School!  You will start to see students using technology throughout their daily instruction.  Because TRAD 21 is such a huge initiative, we will begin the process in August 2013 with every ninth grade student receiving Chromebooks to use throughout their instruction day. These Chromebooks will be theirs to use throughout their high school experience.  Hardcover textbooks will be replaced with e-textbooks and will be completely accessible through the internet!   Each year after that, every freshmen class will receive Chromebooks when they enter high school.  Middle school students will start to see Chromebook Carts in their classrooms; however, these Chromebooks will only be accessible for student use throughout the instructional day and on an as-needed basis per the teacher.  Middle school students will just have to wait until they get into high school to have their own Chromebooks!   Take a look at the TRAD 21 INITIATIVE POWERPOINT presentation for the details about how Chromebooks will be infiltrating Cedarville High School for the next four years! 

First - Trad21 School Board Presentation

Second - Trad21 Initiative Presentation 

 

 

Principal's Message

Our ninth through twelfth grade consists of nearly two hundred students. This small number helps create a “family” atmosphere and provides opportunities for students to build strong personal relationships with administrators, faculty and staff members.  Committed to academic excellence, we not only offer challenging core curriculum classes but also advance placement classes in Calculus, Government, European History and writing/Composition. National Merit Finalists as well as Commended Students have become routine in our recent graduating classes. Nearly 70 percent of our student body participates in extra-curricular activities, ranging from athletics to student government. Our highly successful TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude Mathematices and Science) has competedon a state and national level and several of our students have had their work chosen for publication in Creative Communications. Our high school students show off their dramatic and musical talents performing in such productions as The Sound of Music, Meet Me in St. Louis, Bye, Bye Birdie and The Mouse that Roared. Both the marching/concert band as well as choir are sixty members strong! Our “Indian” Pride and Spirit definitely show in everything we do!

   
Virgina D. Potter - Principal

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