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Steubenville City Schools

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To educate, motivate and inspire all students to achieve excellence, personal growth and social responsibility. Transforming lives by inspiring every student in every classroom every day.

Steubenville City Schools Board of Education

Board of Education
SCS Board of Education are composed of a group of dedicated individual's combine together to be a power-house for Steubenville City Schools. They have many years of experience within the school district, community involvement and businesses. The SCS Board and their children are successful alumni of Steubenville City Schools.
 
Mrs. Ruth Anne Bruzzese
President

Mr. Greg Agresta
Vice President

Mr. Matt Davis
Member

Mr. William Hendricks
Member

Mr. Tom Timmons
Member

SCS Live United!

lives united
Reach out a hand to one and influence the condition of all. Be part of the change. Together, when we LIVE UNITED, we can inspire hope and create opportunities for a better tomorrow.
 
Steubenville City Schools was awarded all three-school awards at the Annual United Way Recognition Dinner and Celebration.

The United Way brings people together to turn the stories around for those most in need here in Jefferson County. We are a strong unit!  Let us continue to work together to make a difference.

Pugliese West Receives National Recognition

west Congratulations to the staff and students at Pugliese West Elementary!

The Steubenville City Schools Board of Education announced that Pugliese West Elementary School was one of only 68 schools in the nation to be named a National Elementary and Secondary Education Act Distinguished School for exceptional student achievement in 2018. 

(Courtesy of the Herald-Star)

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(Herald-Star)

All three Steubenville elementary schools earn straight A's

STEUBENVILLE — The Steubenville City Board of Education learned during Wednesday’s meeting that its three elementary schools, Wells Academy, East Garfield Elementary and Pugliese West Elementary, have been awarded straight A’s by the Ohio Department of Education.

The schools were part of a group of 57 schools from two districts to get a perfect score.

Wells and Pugliese also were designated as high performing schools. It was an honor earned by just three schools in the state.

Courtesy of the Herald-Star
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