The Mt. Healthy community is invited to the AED Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Mt. Healthy Stadium on 8/19 at 6:30pm.
Please join us in celebration of this wonderful step forward for the safety of our coaches, athletes, students, and community.
Join all of our schools for the Back to School Bash on Friday, August 12th from 3:00-7:00p.m. Register by click on the link in the News feed on all of our schools' websites.
Mt. Healthy City School District will be closed for inclement weather on Friday, February 4, 2022.
The decision on the Varsity Boys Basketball game will be made by 1pm on Friday. Stay tuned for details.
Mt. Healthy City School District will be closed for inclement weather on Thursday, February 3, 2022.
Mt. Healthy City School District will be closed on Thursday, January 3 for inclement weather.
Lady Owls Basketball game schedule for Sat, Jan 22 is now rescheduled for Saturday, January 29 11:30 am/12:30 pm.
Owls Ticket Update: Due to COVID, game tickets for upcoming games will be limited to the families of student participants for the following games - Friday, January 14 vs Northwest HS and Saturday, January 15 vs Wyoming HS.
Games will be streamed live on the Youtube Channel - Mt. Healthy City Schools. Stay tuned for the links to the games.
Thursday, January 6, 2022
Dear Mt. Healthy City School District Parents and Guardians,
Due to a rise in illnesses and the quarantines that are associated with COVID 19 cases, in-person instruction is becoming a challenge. On Friday, January 7, Mt. Healthy City School District will not have classes for students. On Monday, January 10 through Friday, January 21, the district will shift to remote learning. Students will return to the classrooms for in-person learning on Monday, January 24.
Students and parents/guardians will receive remote learning instructions from building principals and teachers. If you have technology needs from ANY of the buildings (Chromebooks, hotspots, or troubleshooting), please go to the Jr/Sr High School cafeteria during school hours. We understand the stress this places on parents during remote learning, and we appreciate your consideration as we work together to provide a safe learning environment for our students and staff.
Due to a high number of illnesses, Mt. Healthy City School District will be closed until after Christmas break. Staff and students should not report to the buildings. Staff will return on Monday, January 3 and students will return on Wednesday, January 5. We wish you a Happy Holiday! Thank you!
Congratulations on the Girls bowling team tonight as they swept away Edgewood with a 1520 to 916 total pin fall. Jade Stevenson lead the lady owls with a solid 220 followed by Kayden Barrett with a 121 and Senior Khadijiah Thompson with a 117.
The lady’s move to a 2-1 record so far this season.
Great job lady Owls !
The boys team fell short against Edgewood with a 1380 to 1505 pin fall. Malachi Mingo and Te’yion Robinson improved from game 1 to 2 by 40 pins. Victor Uzo lead the owls with a personal season high of a 144. Followed by Reuben Miree with a 141 and Joseph Martin with a 132.
Wish the bowling team good luck as they take on Ross at home on Thursday!
Go OWLS !🦉❤️🖤🤍
Congratulations to Robbie Cass who reached the 1000 career point mark when he scored his 17th point against Colerain HS on Saturday December 11,2021.
Prior to coming to Mt Healthy, Robbie scored 902 points at Aiken High School.
Robbie is a 4 year starter with a 3.7 GPA and has offers from the College of Wooster and Defiance University where we wants to major in business!
Mt Healthy 18
Winton Woods 29
Boys and Girls Varsity Basketball Schedule is attached.
Dear Mt. Healthy City School District Families,
We hope that your family had a restful and meaningful Thanksgiving holiday. As we look forward to returning to classes on Monday, Nov. 29, we again ask for your help in keeping our students and staff healthy and safe.
With family gatherings, travel out of town, and more social contact over the holiday, our community could see an increase in exposure and positive Covid-19 cases. Therefore, we are asking Mt. Healthy CSD families to show extra diligence in keeping students at home if they exhibit any symptoms of the virus. The most common symptoms our nurses have seen are sinus congestion, sore throat, headache, cough and fever. Again, please do not send your child to school with any of those symptoms.
Students should also remain at home if they were exposed to a positive case outside of school, unless they are fully vaccinated and have no symptoms. Remember that the mask-to-stay rule (where symptom-free students can stay in school if they wear their mask correctly) only applies to exposure within the school setting.
We ask that all students bring two masks with them to school. One they wear heading into school for the day and one in their backpack. That way, even if they are identified as a close contact during the school day, they will be able to remain at school.
Finally, please remember that you can instantly report your child testing positive or being a close contact by contacting the nurse at your student(s) school.
Thank you again for your support, and your ongoing consideration for all of our Mt. Healthy CSD students and staff. May your family continue to enjoy the holiday season!
Mt. Healthy City School District Remote Learning Event
Mt. Healthy City School District recognizes the importance of keeping students and staff healthy during in-person instruction. We appreciate that our students do their best when working in-person with their teachers. We are also mindful of the delicate balance necessary for the wellness of everyone while providing in-person instruction.
Due to a rise in COVID 19 cases and the quarantines that are associated with those cases, that delicate balance of wellness and in-person instruction is becoming challenging. Therefore, Mt. Healthy City School District is taking a proactive approach, for all of our community, by planning a remote learning event that will occur from October 11th to October 22nd. This event is scheduled during a time that our students will be out of school for staff professional development on October 18th and 19th.
Students and parents/guardians will receive remote learning instructions from building principals and teachers. During the time of the remote learning event, our buildings will extensively be cleaned to ensure a safe environment when returning to in-person learning on October 25th.
As a celebration, our Early Center is scheduled to be ready on October 20th. We will be moving items during the remote instruction time so that students will start back at the new facility. We will have a celebration at the Early Learning Center on October 24th at 2 pm for all that would like to attend.
Working together as one, we know we can meet the needs of our students while also keeping everyone safe.
If you have further questions, please contact your building principals.
Sports Schedule for the week of Sept 13-18. The sports for the week may also be viewed on the district Google calendar.
Junior High night is this Friday 9/10/21. Come out and join us as our Varsity football team takes on Thurgood Marshall STEM. The Fightin' Owls are on a 2 game winning streak and plan on keeping that streak going. Hope to see you there!
Ladies JV and Varsity Volleyball are canceled for Thursday, 9/2.
Owls win 41-9 against the Panthers!!