Parents, Students and Community Members:
Join us for "Meet The Coaches Night" on Wednesday, March 12, 2014, in the High School Media Center.
6:00 p.m. Volleyball
7:00 p.m. Football
Each session will discuss the coach's philosophy, coaching staff, off season calendar, camps and new ideas.
We hope to see you there!
Daylight Savings Time begins Sunday, March 9.
Please note that some students will have adjusted arrival times for the Ohio Graduation Test week, 3/10 to 3/14:
All Sophomores: 7:20 AM every day.
Anyone needing to retake a portion of the OGT, 7:20 AM on your retake days, which are: Monday—Reading, Tuesday, Math, Wednesday, Writing, Thursday, Science, Friday, Social Studies.
Freshman and Seniors who do not need to re-test: 10 AM daily.
Juniors not needing to retest will have a start time of 10 am on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. ON WEDNESDAY, ALL JUNIORS MUST REPORT AT 7:20 for ASVAB (career placement) testing.
Reading Community City Schools is requesting nominations for the 2014 "Teacher of the Year." For additional information click on the headline.
Click here for nomination form.
Parent/Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Thursday, March 6 and Thursday, March 20 from 2:00 - 7:00 pm. If interested in scheduling a conference, please contact the teacher directly either by email or phone.
Any questions, contact Kim Bell at 513-842-5206.
At the Southwest Ohio Regional Competition on Friday, February 21, the Reading Mock Trial team swept all the judges' ballots against teams from Oak Hills and Lakota. These two victories earned Reading a fourth place overall and qualified them for the state mock trial competition in Columbus, March 6-8. The Reading Mock Trial program has now advanced to State for the 7th time!
Click on the headline to read all about it...
Congratulations to Kelsey Lambdin, girls basketball, Wofford (So. Carolina); Chad Pinson, football, West Virginia Wesleyan; and Shane Roy, football, Pittsburgh who signed letters of intent to continue their athletic and academic careers in college. Check out the photo gallery on our home page for all the photos from College Signing Day!
As of January 28, 2014, Reading Community City School District has used six snow days/calamity days. Schools in Ohio are permitted to use up to five calamity days for circumstances such as hazardous weather conditions or other emergency situations. Any day over these five, must be made up. Rather than make up days during spring break, the district has been approved by the state to use blizzard bags or take-home assignments. We are permitted to make up no more than three days (beyond the allotted five calamity days) with the use of blizzard bags. Assignments will be posted online by 10 a.m. for courses that were scheduled to meet on that day. Click on headline for more details.