I hope this letter finds you and your family healthy and doing well in these unusual times.  As we embark on a very different time in athletics, we will find ourselves having to adjust some game day operations. These adjustments should not take away from the competition on the field of play, but it will be a slight adjustment for parents, fans, and spectators.  Health Screening: Fans are expected to refrain from entering the facility if you have had: Symptoms, …


Finneytown High School Athletics Receives Grant for Football Equipment

Finneytown High School Athletics received a $1000 grant for football equipment for the 2020-2021 school year. The Athletic Department will be able to order much needed  equipment from Riddell, USA Football to keep football players safe next season. The USA Football Grant Program enables youth, middle school, and high school programs to upgrade equipment, improve playing fields, and acquire life-saving equipment. Applications for equipment, field and product grants are available each year.  #GrantTheGame.

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Update from Superintendent 4/20/20

Finneytown Local School Buildings will be Closed Through May 29, 2020 I normally send the weekly update in the morning, but had a feeling there may be news to share from the Governor’s broadcast today and there was. Today, April 20, 2020, Governor Mike DeWine made an announcement that school buildings are to remain closed to students through the end of this school year. Finneytown Local School Buildings will be closed through the rest of this school year. We know …

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Community Resources and Food Service info

Finneytown Families,                                                                                                     Tuesday, March 17, 2020 We have been busy in the district. Students picked up supplies and work and a few picked up meals yesterday. Our school counselors and social …

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FLSD Update 3-14-20

Dear Finneytown Families, March 14, 2020 Schools are closed but the staff is still thinking about you and your children. They spent yesterday getting lessons ready for next week and the week after Spring Break. Over and over they reached out to me to question if the district was going to still be able to provide meals for students. The answer is yes. Principal newsletters will give you details on Remote Learning for students. I’m including information about meals and …

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FLSD Closed for Three Weeks

Dear Finneytown Families: March 12, 2020 Governor DeWine just announced that all schools must close due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Finneytown Local Schools will be closed beginning Friday, March 13, 2020 through April 3, 2020. They will continue to update us and we will let you know if that time gets extended.  We will send out the plan for students to continue their learning at home tomorrow.    While the schools are closed, the custodians will be deep cleaning in every …

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FLSD Cancels All events

Families,Information is constantly changing. As of today, March 12, in response to Governor DeWine’s emergency order and the Ohio Department of Health recommendations to limit social contact. All after-school indoor events have been cancelled until further notice. All sporting events are also cancelled until further notice, but outdoor practices can be held for now.  This includes the Middle School Musical on Friday and Saturday this week and the music concerts, Mark Hawkins Basketball fundraiser, and Dr, Seuss night next week.   …

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Letter regarding COVID 2019

Dear Finneytown Families, In our effort to keep you informed, we want you to be aware that we are closely monitoring the information surrounding the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID19).  It is important to remember that no student or staff member in Finneytown Local School District has been diagnosed with Coronavirus 2019 or COVID-19. According to the CDC, as of today, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Ohio, Kentucky or Indiana. Should that change, the Disease Control (CDC) will let us know, and we would notify …

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