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Food Service Announcement says: pickup is moved to Tuesday January 19

The Monday, January 18 food pickup is moved to Tuesday, January 19 due to the school holiday.

Remote to Hybrid Learning Change Letter

January 8, 2021

Dear Parents:

Students that have been doing 100% remote learning with the district may now make the decision to return to our hybrid in-person learning model beginning the week of January 25th. You will need to fill out the “Return to In-Person Learning” Google Form by Friday, January 15th. If you have questions prior to making your decision, please contact the school in which your child attends. You do not need to fill out the form unless you plan to switch your child from 100% remote learning to in-person hybrid learning.

NHS TAPPING CEREMONY
A Message from Champion Local School District: Information for At Home Learning
100% REMOTE CHS SCHEDULE
Champion Local Schools to shift to remote learning at the recommendation of the Trumbull County Board of Health
Health and Wellness Update

Thursday November 19, 2020

Dear Champion Parents, Staff, and Community Members:

Champion Local School District received notification of one new staff member that tested positive for Covid-19. Currently, we are seeing significant spread of the Covid-19 virus that is affecting students and staff in all three buildings. Because of this new spread and the number of those in our school community affected we will be moving to 100% remote learning for all buildings effective immediately through November 30. All extracurricular activities and sporting practices will be shut down during this time. We plan to return to our hybrid schedule on Tuesday, December 1.

It is imperative that we double-down over the upcoming holidays to slow the spread of the virus. If you are sick or not feeling well you must stay at home and isolate from others. It is important for all of us to recognize the urgency of the spread of Covid-19 in our local communities. Be vigilant, frequently wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, maintain social distance, wear facial coverings, and avoid gatherings as much as possible.

 

Sincerely,

 

John J. Grabowski, Superintendent

 

#WeAreChampionStrong

Health and Wellness Update

Wednesday November 18, 2020

Dear Champion Parents, Staff, and Community Members:

Champion Local School District received notification of one staff member that tested positive for Covid-19. Contact tracing was done. No student or staff close contacts were identified. Therefore, no quarantines were needed. A close contact in school represents a student or staff member within six feet for 15 minutes or more in a 24-hour period. If you have any questions about your child being a close contact, please call your child's school and our contact tracers will explain further.

It is important for all of us to recognize the urgency of the spread of Covid-19 in our local communities. Be vigilant when assessing symptoms each day, frequently wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, maintain social distance, wear facial coverings, and avoid large gatherings as much as possible. If you are symptomatic, you must stay at home. If you have any further questions , please feel free to email me, call my office, or call one of our school nurses.

 

Sincerely,

 

John J. Grabowski, Superintendent

 

#WeAreChampionStrong

College Credit Plus Information
Health and Wellness Update

Tuesday November 17, 2020

Dear Champion Parents, Staff, and Community Members:

Champion Local School District received notification of two additional high school students and one additional middle school student that have tested positive for Covid-19. Those in close contact have been notified and advised to quarantine. A close contact in school represents a student or staff member within six feet for 15 minutes or more in a 24-hour period. If you have any questions about your child being a close contact, please call your child's school and our contact tracers will explain further.

It is important for all of us to recognize the urgency of the spread of Covid-19 in our local communities. Be vigilant when assessing symptoms each day, frequently wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, maintain social distance, wear facial coverings, and avoid large gatherings as much as possible. If you are symptomatic, you must stay at home. If you have any further questions , please feel free to email me, call my office, or call one of our school nurses.

 

Sincerely,

John J. Grabowski, Superintendent

#WeAreChampionStrong

Letter from the Trumbull County Combine Health District

Attention Champion Families, 

 

Please take a few minutes to read this important letter from the Trumbull County Combine Health District. 

 

Thank you,

 

John Grabowski

Superintendent 

Champion Local Schools

Health and Wellness Update

Friday November 13, 2020

Dear Champion Parents, Staff, and Community Members:

Champion Local School District has received notification of two new positive student Covid-19 cases, one at the elementary school and one at the high school. The district has contact-traced all close contacts, and those identified have been advised to quarantine. A close contact in school represents a student or staff member within six feet for 15 minutes or more in a 24-hour period. If you have any questions about your child being a close contact, please call your child's school and our contact tracers will explain further.

It is important for all of us to recognize the urgency of the spread of Covid-19 in our local communities. Be vigilant when assessing symptoms each day, frequently wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, maintain social distance, wear facial coverings, and avoid large gatherings as much as possible. If you are symptomatic, you must stay at home. If you have any further questions , please feel free to email me, call my office, or call one of our school nurses.

 

Sincerely,

 

John J. Grabowski, Superintendent

Covid 19 Update and CHS Closing Notification Purple background :say Covid 19 Update

Champion Local Schools has received notification of two student positive cases of Covid-19 at Champion High School. Because of the new cases and exposure to a large number of students, Champion High School will be moving to 100% remote learning effective immediately through at least November 23.  All high school extracurricular activities will be cancelled while students are in the remote learning model. This closure is the direct result of outside social gatherings, and the new Covid-19 cases did not originate inside the school. Over the weekend, an event was held for students that was sponsored by parents. Attendees did not follow covid safety guidelines and were not wearing facial coverings at all times when not eating, and they did not maintain social distancing. We have yet to receive seating arrangements and names of all students who attended from the coordinators. If your child attended, they should quarantine and isolate from others until Saturday, November 21. Our Elementary and Middle Schools will remain open on the hybrid schedule, and their extracurricular activities will continue. In order to keep our schools open, each of us must double down on the essential practices to prevent the spread of the virus. These include practicing good hand hygiene, wearing a face covering, social distancing, isolating from others when sick, staying home when asked to quarantine, and most importantly avoid large gatherings. Thank you, and please stay safe!

Update on Covid 19 Rapid Testing purple background says:Covid 19 Rapid testing update

This is John Grabowski, Superintendent of Champion Local Schools Calling

Champion has recently been notified of new student cases of Covid-19 and a new staff case. Contact tracing is commencing and families are being notified. We are now in a position to begin the rapid testing system that we spoke of in the town hall meeting last week. If your child was in close contact with a student or staff member who tested positive, you will be notified and asked if you would like to participate in the rapid testing system. If your child tests negative during rapid testing,  your child will be able to remain in school during the two weeks that a typical quarantine would last. This is NOT mandatory.  All students would be tested four times during that two weeks using a non-invasive nasal swab. If they are negative they go to class and will not be quarantined from school. We have added a parent consent form in FinalForms. You do not need to sign this form now. You may make that decision to participate at a later time if it affects your child.

This rapid testing system is not a substitute for practicing good hand hygiene, wearing a face covering, avoiding large gatherings, and social distancing outside of school. 

Thank you, and stay safe.

Champion Covid 19 Dashboard Update

Champion Schools has created a Covid-19 "Dashboard" that will be posted each Monday on our website and on social media which will detail any new Covid-19 cases in our schools. This information will be provided in an effort to keep all Champion families and the community informed of new cases in our learning community. These posts will be updated each week to reflect the data that Champion Schools will be submitting to the Trumbull County Health Department and will appear each Thursday when the Ohio Coronavirus Dashboard is updated by the Ohio Department of Health. 

#WeAreChampionStrong

Covid 19 Dashboard

Covid 19 Rapid Testing Meeting Recording
Health and Wellness Update purple and white graphic says: Health and Wellness Update

Thursday, November 5th, 2020

Dear Champion Parents, Staff, and Community Members:

Champion Local School District has received notification of one new positive Covid-19 case at the high school. The district has contact-traced all close contacts, and those identified were advised to quarantine.

It is important for all of us to recognize the urgency of the spread of Covid-19 in our local communities. Be vigilant when assessing symptoms each day, frequently wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, maintain social distance, wear facial coverings, and avoid large gatherings as much as possible. If you are symptomatic, you must stay at home. If you have any further questions , please feel free to email me, call my office, or call one of our school nurses.

Sincerely,

John J. Grabowski, Superintendent

Health and Wellness Update White with purple outline says:Health and Wellness Update

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Dear Champion Parents, Staff, and Community Members:

Champion Local School District has received notification of one staff member positive Covid-19 case. The district has contact-traced all close contacts, and those identified were advised to quarantine.

We continue to stress the importance of continuing to self-assess your symptoms, frequently use hand sanitizer, maintain social distance, and avoid gatherings. If you are symptomatic you are to stay at home. If you have any further questions, please feel free to email me, call my office, or call one of our school nurses.

Sincerely,

John J. Grabowski, Superintendent

Virtual Town Hall Purple and white stripes says:Notice of Virtual Town Hall

Champion Local Schools

Notice of Virtual Town Hall

Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 6:00 PM

Covid-19 rapid testing pilot program will be discussed at this virtual meeting.  Zoom invitations will be sent out at noon on Thursday by email.

Health and Wellness Update Health and Wellness Update

Monday, November 2, 2020

Dear Champion Parents, Staff, and Community Members:

Champion Local School District has received notification of one additional positive Covid-19 case at Champion High School. Those in contact have been notified to quarantine.

We continue to stress the importance of continuing to self-assess your symptoms, frequently use hand sanitizer, maintain social distance, and avoid gatherings. If you are symptomatic you are to stay at home. If you have any further questions, please feel free to email me, call my office, or call one of our school nurses.

Our updated district Covid-19 dashboard will be sent out later.

Sincerely,

John J. Grabowski, Superintendent

Health and Wellness Update Health and Wellness Update

Friday, October 30, 2020

Dear Champion Parents, Staff and Community Members:

Champion Local School District has received notification of one new positive Covid-19 case at Champion High School.  Those in contact have been notified to quarantine. 

We continue to stress the importance of continuing to self-assess your symptoms, frequently use hand sanitizer, maintain social distance, and avoid gatherings.   If you are symptomatic you are to stay at home. If you have any further questions, please feel free to email me, call my office, or call one of our school nurses. 

 

Sincerely,

John J. Grabowski, Superintendent.

VOLLEYBALL SEASON RECORDS
Champion Covid 19 Dashboard

Champion Schools has created a Covid-19 "Dashboard" that will be posted each Monday on our website and on social media which will detail any new Covid-19 cases in our schools. This information will be provided in an effort to keep all Champion families and the community informed of new cases in our learning community. These posts will be updated each week to reflect the data that Champion Schools will be submitting to the Trumbull County Health Department and will appear each Thursday when the Ohio Coronavirus Dashboard is updated by the Ohio Department of Health. 

#WeAreChampionStrong

Covid 19 Dashboard

PICTURE RETAKES
Presidential Innovation Award Live Stream Presidential Innovation Award

Watch the EPA present this award to Mr. Murduck on Wednesday October 7, at 3:05 pm on the Champion Schools Youtube Channel and Facebook Page.

October 5th Town Hall Meeting Video October 5th Town Hall Video
Free School Lunch and Breakfast for All Students
Virtual Veteran's Day Form

Please Fill out the following form to participate in the Virtual Veteran's Day event. 

Champion Health Screening Video Champion Health Screening Video
Champion Restart Safety Procedures Champion Restart Safety Procedures
Champion Temperature Screening Champion Temperature Screening
Google Classroom for Parents

Here are some resources to learn how to use Google Classroom

8/20 Town Hall Meeting Recording 8/20 Town Hall Meeting Recording
CLSD Reopening Plan
Parent Resource Guide
Facial Coverings/Mask Video and Info Picture of student adjusting facemask

Wearing facial coverings has become an integral part of returning to school in 2020. Mrs. Bucco, one of our school nurses, reviews proper masking procedures in this video. Please watch this with your kids to help them get comfortable with the best practices for using a face covering in school. For those who wish to request an exemption you may view the entire Ohio Department of Health order and Champion Schools "Request For Waiver Under Face Coverings/Mask Policy" on our district web site.  Stay Safe Flashes! #WeAreChampionStrong #BeWellTogether    

Transportation Message from Champion picture of bus says: Complete a bus form if:Your child will not ride a bus,  Call 330-847-2399 with bus questions.

Forms requesting bus pick-up or drop-off changes for the first day of school need turned into the board office by 2 pm on Wed., August 26. Otherwise your children are picked up exactly where they were on their last day in school last year.If you requested 100% online learning you are automatically removed from the bus list.
Complete a bus form if:Your child will not ride a bus, if you need an alternate pick up or drop off location, or if you have moved.Bus forms are available on our website or at the entryway to the board office. Call 330-847-2399 with bus questions.

Notice of Virtual Town Hall purple and white graphic says: Thursday, August 20, 2020 6:00 p.m.    Items to be discussed include school reopening protocols

Thursday, August 20, 2020
6:00 p.m. 


Items to be discussed include school reopening protocols, mask and temperature policy, attendance monitoring in remote learning situations, symptoms assessment, and tech tool enhancements. ZOOM  invitations will be sent out at noon on Thursday by email.

All Call Message 8/10 says: same as article

I wanted to begin by reminding everyone that our first offical day for students will be September 1st. We will approving the finalized calendar at our next board meeting. 

We have been receiving many calls to switch students over into 100% remote learning.  If you are still interested in doing so, we must know by 2 pm tomorrow.  If you have further questions, please call the office where your child attends.  

Just a reminder, any elementary student that has not turned in their Chromebook may do so this Tuesday and next Tuesday between the hours of 12 and 1 and 6 to 7 pm in front of the elementary school.  This is so we can clean and update them before school officially begins.  

My best to you and your families, stay safe and we remain Champion Strong!

SENIOR SPORTS PASSES

NO ATHLETIC PASSES AT THIS TIME.

Bus Safety Video

Champion School District is pleased to work with all Trumbull County schools to develop protocols for student and staff safety in all our districts. This video will help to prepare all of our kiddos to safely ride our school buses in the fall. #WeAreChampion    #WeAreChampionStrong

School Survey to Request 100% Online Learning School Survey to Request 100% Online Learning

Please complete our online survey if you want your child(ren) to begin the school year with 100% online learning. Here is the Survey link to access the survey. Please complete no later than Wednesday, July 29. 

Superintendent's Message July 7

This is John Grabowski, Superintendent of Champion Local Schools

 

On Thursday of last week, Governor DeWine released recommendations from the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Education for schools to return in the fall. We have been working on several plans for Champion Schools “Return to Learn.” We used the results of the previous surveys to help with those preliminary plans. We are now working with our stakeholders on finalizing those plans, and we will be able to share them with you in the coming weeks. Please be patient, many of the preliminary guidelines released to the schools were updated and changed as the virus spread began to grow and we need to work to align our plans to those changes.

 

Our best to all of you during these difficult times, stay safe and we remain Champion Strong!

CHS SUMMER INFORMATION

TRANSCRIPTS, WORK PERMITS AND SR. CITIZEN PASSES

4TH NINE WEEKS REPORT CARDS ON PAM
June 8th Superintendent's Message

This is John Grabowski, Superintendent of Champion Local Schools

I wanted to remind all parents that we will be passing out food to those in need from 12-1 and 6-7 every Tuesday in front of the Elementary school.

The Transportation Survey for next school year will be available on line until Wednesday, June 10th. Please fill out the survey at www.championlocal.org/bus if you have not already done so.
 

Just a reminder, if you have not turned in your child’s chromebook, hot spot or other items for this school year, you can still drop them off Tuesdays from 12-1 and 6-7 PM in front of the Elementary School. This is the time of year where service and maintenance occurs. If they are not returned in a timely fashion we will be forced to send them out for repair and a fee will be assessed for the service.


I hope you and your family have a relaxing summer, stay safe and we all remain Champion Strong!

 

Parent Sports Meeting Recording

Here is the link and password to view the May 28th Parent Sports Meeting recording that was held on 

June 1st District Phone Update

This is John Grabowski, Superintendent of Champion Local Schools

I wanted to take a moment to remind everyone that we will be passing out food to those in need on Tuesday’s throughout the summer. We will be adjusting the times slightly. Food will be passed out now from 12-1 and 6-7 PM.

Also, we will be sending out a survey this week by email, social media and mail to help us know how many students will need transported by bus next year. No decisions for next year have been finalized. This data will help with the decision making process as guidance becomes available. 

Just a reminder, both the Middle School and High School are collecting books and chromebooks this week. Please review the dates and times to drop off your child’s items to the schools. It is very important for chromebooks to be dropped off this week so our staff can begin updating the software and prepare them for next year. 

Thank you for your continued support. Have a great night, stay safe and we remain Champion Strong!

CHS Recognizes Community Member
Champion Local Schools Reflection Survey

Attention Parents and Families, 

Please take a few minutes to answer the questions in the survey below. We value your feedback as we continue to prepare for our students to return to school in the future. The window for the survey will close on Monday, June 1st at 12PM.

Survey Link

Champion Teachers Congratulate Graduates

The staff of the Champion Local School District created a video to congratulate the Class of 2020. 

Class of 2020 Virtual Commencement Ceremony

Don't miss our Class of 2020 Virtual Commencement Ceremony. It will Premiere on Youtube at 10:30 am tomorrow! You can also view the video at www.championlocal.org/graduation2020 beginning at 10:30 am. 

 

Virtual Town Hall Meeting on Thursday

says: Champion Local Schools will hold a Townhall Meeting on Thursday May 21 2020 at 6:00 PM.  Invitations with the code for the meeting will go out Thursday afternoon by email only

CLASS OF 2020 PARADE LIABILITY
CLASS OF 2020 GRADUATION PARADE
GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENT
SENIOR NEWS AND EVENTS
Town Hall and Medication Pick-up

This is John Grabowski, Superintendent of Champion Local Schools

Champion Schools will be hosting a second town-hall meeting on Monday at 6 PM to discuss end of the year procedures, upcoming senior events and activities, and beginning discussions for next school year for all three buildings. Invitations will be sent out on Monday by email around 3 pm.

If your son/daughter has medication in the school clinic (pre k-8 or CHS), medications including forms for next school year are ready to be picked up by a parent/grandparent or responsible adult. 

Medications can be picked up at the food distributions on Tuesdays 12-2 pm or 6-7 pm. If other arrangements need to be made please email Mrs. Bucco at becky.bucco@championlocal.org.

Stay safe and have a good night. 
We are Champion Strong!

CHS Virtual Instruction Information
Message from Mr. Grabowski

This is John Grabowski, Superintendent of Champion Local Schools
I know there are many questions that you probably have today from the Governors announcement. Our administrative team will begin working to finalize our plans for the end of the year and we will hold another town hall meeting next week to address your concerns. Please follow our facebook, instagram and school webpages for more details. 


Tonight from 8:20 to 8:40, Champion Schools will be lighting the Champion Stadium to honor the Class of 2020 from 8:20 to 8:40. The stadium will be closed, but students and families may drive around to see it. You may enter the PK-8 entrance and drive around and behind the stadium. We must maintain social distancing and no one will be allowed to get out of their cars.


We will be holding our food pick up tomorrow from 12-2 and 6-7 pm in front of the PK-8 Building. You may drop off any donations at that time as well. 
Stay Safe and have a good night. 
We are Champion Strong.

Board of Education Meeting Live on Facebook says: The board meeting scheduled for Monday the 20th will be held at 5:30 and be streamed on Facebook Live
Superintendent's Update

I hope everyone has had a productive week of online learning. I want to remind everyone that we have WiFi hotspots to give to families that do not have reliable internet access at home. If you would like one, please call and leave a message at 330-847-2338. Beginning next week, we will be changing our food distribution day to Tuesday from now on. Times will be the same from 12-2 and 6-7 PM. We will accept donations for the food pantry again during this same time.

I wanted to let all parents know that have lost their jobs due to the Covid-19, you can still apply for the free and reduced lunch program while we are closed on our food services website. This program can also help cover the cost for workbook and other fees through the school. I know this is not the way we had planned to spend Easter and spring break, but I hope we can all enjoy time with the ones we love together or remotely and remember that this will not last forever. My best to you and your families.  As always, we remain Champion Strong! Have a good night!

Food Drive, Student Work Drop-Off, WiFi Hotspot Information

This is John Grabowski, Superintendent of Champion Schools

Reminder, we will again be holding our food pantry pick up on Monday in front of the PK-8 Building from 12-2 and 6-7 pm. If you have any items that you would like to drop off for the pantry, you may bring them at that time as well.

Our second opportunity to drop off student work will be Monday from 12-2 and 6-7 pm at the same location.

If you would like to have one of the district provided WiFi hotspots, please call 330-847-2338, leave your name, students name and phone number and someone will return your call to prepare the device for you.

 

Thank you and have a great day!

 

--

John Grabowski
Superintendent
Champion Local Schools
330-847-2338
My Twitter account has changed, follow me @ChampSuperFlash
Follow the District Instagram account @ChampGoldenFlash
Champion Town Hall

Topic: Champion Town Hall Meeting Q & A
Date: Apr 2, 2020 06:15 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

The cloud recording is now available for those who were unable to attend.

We are working on a FAQs document and will post this in the near future. 

Using your Phone as a WIFI Connection

In light of our current situation, most cell phone plans have allowed the usage of phone data as a WIFI "hotspot". Below are instructions to help you connect your student's Chromebook to you phone's "hotspot".

Senior Breaks Own Record
Virtual Spirit Week says: Virtual Spirit Week Move it Monday, TikTok Tuesday, What ya Readin' Wednesday, throwback Thursday. Spirit Day Friday
Food Distribution says: Form for Food Hand-Outs at Champion PK8 - Please fill out the form by clicking on the LINK if you plan to pick up food.

If you are planning to pick up food at the PK8 building please complete this form  so we can best prepare. 

Champion School Updates

Spectrum will be offering free access to broadband and wifi for students without access for 60 days.  The offer begins Monday March 16.  Those interested in enrolling are asked to call 1-844-488-8395.

We will be passing out food on Monday March 16, from 10 am - 3 pm and 6 pm - 8 pm at the PK8 building. 

Because of the social distancing measures mandated by the governor, we will postponing all recognitions at the Board Meeting on Monday night.  Champion Senior Advisory Council's Swing into Spring is cancelled.  The Champion High School Musical "Footloose" is postponed and will be rescheduled once we are back to regular school hours. 

Chromebook Waiver Form

We are asking that this Waiver form be completed and turned in for each student who would like to take a Chromebook home. The Tag number can be filled in when the Chromebook is picked up and can be found on the bottom of the Chromebook. This is not necessary to fill out for those who are already participating in the Take Home Program. 

Superintendent's Message about Student Lessons

Superintendent's Message about Student Lessons

School Closure

Champion Local Schools will be closed from Friday, March 13 through April 3. Students and visitors will not be allowed into our schools today, Friday March 13 so that staff can prepare for this extended time for closed schools. An all-call and social media posts will be made later today with more details on picking up textbooks, Chromebooks, etc. for student use during the break. 

Covid-19 Information hand and schools items with germs on it. says:Germs are everywhere. Stay Healthy. Wash your hands.
Congratulations Champion Bowler
CHS COFFEE MINUTES
CHS January Students of the Month
Congratulations Emma Gumont
Savannah Dodrill Breaks Record
Open Enrollment Open Enrollment
Girls Bowling Team Wins Tournament
Class of 2020 Bowlers
CHS December Students of the Month
NHS New Members
Champion Football Team feeds the Homeless
CHS Academic Team Wins
Champion High School Students of the Month
CHS Board Dialogue Minutes
Champion Softball Team Visits State Capitol
Students of the Month
8th Graders Attend Board of Ed Dialogue

Open the link to read 8th graders' input to the Board of Education topics discussed at the Board Dialogue on October 14, 2019.

Ride 4 Life
Students of the Month
Grade 7 - 12 College Credit Plus Information Session Green and Blue logo says: College Credit Plus

College Credit Plus Information Session will be held on October 10th at 6:30 pm in the CHS auditorium

Parents and student who are interested in Dual Enrollment classes are encouraged to attend.  Information and required criteria will be presented.  College Credit Plus program directors will be here from Youngstown State University, Kent State University - Trumbull Campus, Hiram College and Eastern Gateway to answer questions. 

District Social Worker Services Purple Envelope
Pre-sale Football Tickets Available Champion C with lightening

Pre sale Tickets for this Friday’s home Varsity Football game against Rittman will be on sale during school hours. Adults $6.00 and Students $4.00 all tickets at the gate will be $7.00!

We will also he honoring the 2019 Div.III State Softball Team during the pregame ceremonies starting at 6:30 pm

Chromebook Insurance Form Red Green Yellow blue chrome logo says:chromebook

Champion Local schools offers an insurance program for the Chromebooks that students use daily in grades 4-12.  Purchasing insurance allows the student to bring their Chromebook home daily and offsets the cost of a potential repair.  The Chromebook repair form and payment may be brought to the school's main office or maybe brought to schedule pickup day. Any student who purchases insurance will be able to pick up their Chromebook during schedule pickup. 

Chromebook Insurance Form

2019 -2020 Bus Information animated bouncing yellow school bus
Free Back-to-School Supplies primary color animated walking pencils with books

Free Back - to - School Supplies

Saturday, August 3rd at 9 am at Champion Christian Church

Softball Celebration Invitation Champion C with lightening
Softball Records Allison Smith Softball Record
Champion Baseball Record Andrew Russell Baseball Records
Congratulations Lady Flashes Softball Team

Champion Girls Softball won state championship. 3 State titles now in a row.  9 state titles overall. 2nd most State Titles In Ohio.

 

Photo Courtesy of @OHSAASports

GRADS MOVING ON Senior Class holding college signs
Senior Walk at PK-8 purple graduation cap says:Congratulations Grad

Senior Walk Slideshow

Students of the Month
Cyber Safety Night purple glitter says: cyber safety

CYBER SAFETY NIGHT

What Parents Need to Know

Famous Flashes - CHS Edition red carpet and paparazzi taking photos

2019 Senior Grandparent's Day

Sr. Grandparent's Day Slideshow boy with arm around Grandma
Class of 2019 Top of the Class
Students of the Month
Coach Cole Receives Award
High School Academic Teams Earn Top Awards

            Academic Team

Congratulations to our Academic Team were the winners of the Trumbull County ESC 2019 Prep Bowl.  They have qualified to go to Nationals.

 

                  Robotics Team

Congratulations to our Robotics Team.  The Lightning Bots took home the Entrepreneurship Award at the St. Louis Regional! 

 

            2019 Titan Challenge

Congratulations to our 2019 Titan Challenge Runner Ups.  

Boys' Basketball Record
Girls' Basketball Records
Students of the Month
Champion Senior Receives Honor
Students Learn about Marketing - Tribune Chronicle three students working in the cafeteria passing out coolattas

CHAMPION — Champion High School students and staff sampled four different flavored coolattas at lunch on Valentine’s Day as part of an entrepreneurship marketing activity by students in the Junior Achievement program.

Each student paid $1 for a coupon to sample the four frozen coolattas of chocolate, caramel, strawberry and s’mores flavors and select their favorites by marking them on charts with stickers which indicate boy, girl or adult.

CHAMPION BOWLERS TOP AAC BLUE TIER
Bowler Breaks Record
Students perform at Solo and Ensemble group photo of Solo and Ensemble participants

On Saturday January 26th, members of the Champion High School band program participated in the Ohio Music Education Association Solo and Ensemble Adjudicated Event held at Warren G. Harding High School.  Students performed solo and ensembles on various instruments.  There were 21 (I) or Superior Ratings, and 11 (II) or Excellent Ratings earned that day.  Congratulation to all of the students who participated on their outstanding musical achievement!

Upcoming Band Performances Group photo of the Symphonic Band

The Champion High School Symphonic Band has been selected to perform at two prestigious events this February; the University of Akron Band Clinic, and the Youngstown State University Wind and Percussion Invitational.  

School Closing Announcement: falling snowflakes

Champion Schools is closed Wednesday January 30 and Thursday January 31 due to the cold temperature

Students of the Month
Famous Flashes - CHS Edition red carpet with paparazzi taking photos animated flashes

CHS Percussion Ensemble Prepares for Solo and Ensemble

New National Honor Society Members
Famous Flashes - CHS Edition red carpet with paparazzi taking photos animated flashes

Champion High School Hosts the First District-Wide Pep Rally!

Students of the Month
Champion High School Varsity Girls Basketball Play for Charity

The Champion Lady Flashes basketball team will be playing in the United Way Foundation game on Saturday, December 8 at 1:00 pm against Poland High School.  The game will be broadcast live on MyYTV (Direct TV channel 15, Spectrum 996 or 997).  You can live stream the game as well by going to 

https://www.wkbn.com/sports/game-of-the-week.

 

Go Flashes!!!!

CHS Speech Team
Students of the Month

           

 

Hailee Wilson Places in Speech Tournament

Congratulations to Hailee Wilson

Congratulations to Hailee Wilson who placed 4th in Informative Speech at the Speech Tournament held in Columbiana.

College in High School
Students of the Month
Famous Flashes - High School Edition Red carpet with paparazzi

The Softball team recently received their Championship rings. 

Congrats Madi Luckett

21-MFMJ Student Athlete of the Week!

Softball Team Receives State Championship Rings

Champion High School’s girls softball team received their Championship rings for the State Championship win last spring.  The girls were recognized before the football on September 7th.  We are looking forward to what the next season brings for this team.  Congratulations!

Ring Ceremony for State Champs

Girls Golf Tournament Wins Big

Congratulations to the Champion High School girls Golf team who won the AAC Blue Tier Tournament for the second year in a row.

Sydney Huffman led the team with a score of 101 followed by Kylie Gardner with a 102 and Allison Smith and Julie Peace each with a score of 105.

Congratulations ladies!!

2018 Girls Golf Team

Sr. Night for Seniors

Congratulations Seniors!

PRE SALE FOOTBALL TICKETS
Cheerleader and Football Senior Night

Sr. Night

District Phone Number blinking black and white phone

Please Use the Following Numbers When Calling Our Schools:

District Phone Numbers

Board of Education (330) 847-2330

Elementary School (330) 847-2315     

Middle School (330) 847-2340

High School (330) 847-2300

PK-8 School Nurse (330) 847-2310

FRESHMAN OREINTATION
District Update on Mosquito Issue Mosquito

The Trumbull County of Board of Health treated Champion Schools Detention  water basin today.  The basin is located on the new P-K property.  The Board of Health deposited a tablet  in the water basin designed to kill mosquito larvae. Should you have questions please don’t hesitate to contact Champion School Superintendent Pamela Hood at 330-847-2330 ext. 2 or at pamela.hood@neomin.org.  

Champion Newsflash from Pamela Hood, Superintendent Mosquito

 

Champion Newsflash from Pamela Hood, Superintendent

 

This afternoon, the Trumbull County Board of Health notified Champion Township that a mosquito containing the West Nile virus was found off the bike trail in Champion Township.  Champion Local Schools was then notified by the Township. Until further notice, our athletic teams will not practice or scrimmage at or near dusk/dawn, which are prime mosquito activity times. All games will move forward. All athletes, coaches, and spectators will be encouraged to use mosquito spray as a precautionary measure. Champion Township will be spraying for mosquitoes on August 28th. Champion Schools will be spraying the water detention area behind the new preK-8 construction on   Thursday,   August 9th.  

Thank you,

Pamela  Hood, Superintendent
John Grabowski, High School Principal
Heather Campbell, Middle School Principal
Alexandra Nannicola, Elementary School Principal

2018-19 Busing Information

Busing Information for 2018-19 School Year

SOFTBALL STATE CHAMPIONS CELEBRATION

 

Regional Champions! See "Flashing their Bats" reported in Tribune Chronicle Champions sign spinning
Coach Weaver 400 Wins.

Congratulations Coach Weaver

Congratulations to Coach Cheryl Weaver on her 400th win!!  Here's to many more!!!

Class of 2018 Top 10

Congratulations to our Top Ten students for the Class of 2018!

Champion High School Students of the Month

Congratuations to our Students of the Month.

Champion Speech at State Finals

Champion Speech Finalists.

CHS Boys Varsity Basketball Team

Boys Varsity Basketball Team - District Runner Up

Champion High School Students of the Month

Congratulations Students of the Month.

Speech Team Makes Big

Speech Team wins big.

Zylka Signs Letter of Intent

Zylka heads to Thiel.

Stahlman Signs Letter of Intent

Nathan Stahlman heads to Baldwin Wallace

Sr. Night for Boys Basketball and Cheerleaders

Sr. Night for Boys Basketball and Cheerleaders.

9th Grade Boys Basketball AAC Blue Tier Champs

9th Grade Boys Basketball Team

Congratulations to the Champion High School 9th Grade Boys Basketball team!! The Freshmen Team won the AAC Blue Tier Championship by defeating Newton Falls 40-19. The boys ended their season with a record of 11 – 4.  Great job boys!

 

NHS Members Inducted

New NHS Members inducted.

Sr. Bowlers

Sr. Bowlers Battle Lakeview on Sr. Night

Senior Lady Flashes Celebrate Senior Night

Senior Lady Flashes Celebrate Senior Night

Batcho Breaks 1000 points.

Drake Batcho scores 1000 career points.

Students of the Month

Champion High School Students of the Month

FAMOUS - Champion High School Students - Blinded us with Science Paparazzi
FAMOUS - Champion High School Students Paparazzi
Students of the Month

Champion High School recognizes Students of the Month

Champion High School Students of the Month
Fore Champion! Girls Golf Team Pro Performance Girls golf
Freshman Orientation Powerpoint for those unable to attend
Champion HIgh School Supply Lists
Champion High School expands drug testing Drug free school zone
2017 STATE CHAMPIONS! Congratulations Boys baseball & Girls softball teams Great News
CHS Class of 2017 on the move...

Congratulations!

CHS Girls Softball Golden Flashes win District Semifinal Title District Softball
CES Kindergarten students wish success to CHS Seniors Drone yellow

 

 

Champion Band Rates Superior

Champion High School Symphonic Band Recieves Superior Rating at Contest

Lucas Nasonti Named Trumbull County Player of the Year

CONGRATULATIONS!

Champion BOE and CHS Student Dialogue Forum

November 4, 2016 Minutes

CHS Trick or Treat for Canned Goods 2016

October 31, 2016

CHS attends STEM day at Youngstown State University

September 9, 2016

Champion Schools  is now part of Ohio’s Safer Schools Program

August 29, 2016

Graduation Path and Beyond

Click for important information

Important Health Message from School Nurse

Please read.

U.S. News and World Report awards Champion High School 2016 BRONZE AWARD for high achievement

August 10, 2016

CLS District 2016-17 School Calendar/Annual Report

Get Yours this Friday, August 12, 2016

CHS SUPPLY LISTS

August 3, 2016

Congrats Lady Flashes!

District Champs

Randy Gradishar Signs the NFL Foundation Football
The CHS 2016 Valedictorians

Congratulations!

Champion Speech Members Compete At OHSSL State Finals

Ohio High School Speech League

CHS Bowling Team honored as AAC Blue Tier Champions

Tournament Champs

Champion Board Honors Business Economics Class Students

So Proud!

The Lightning Bots - Team 2010 - Headed to Competition

Regional F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Competition 

CHS Concert and Symphonic Bands Compete
Ohio Music Educators Assoc Large Group Adjudicated Event
CHS 7th Annual Jr. Achievement Mahoning Valley Titan Challenge

1st Place!

Robotics Students Tour Delphi with Engineering Mentor Mark McCall

STEM Tour

TCESC 31st Annual Civics Day

March 4, 2016

Champion schools Making Adjustments to Eliminate Lead

March 1, 2016

Board Members meet with High School Seniors and Juniors

Monday, February 29, 2016 

1,000 Point Milestone!

Thursday, February 18th

 

College Credit Plus Informational Meeting

Powerpoint Presentation and Q & A

National Honor Society

Induction Ceremony

CHS Marching Thunder Light Show

October 2, 2015

Safe Arrival/School Messenger Attendance System

QUICK LINK NOW AVAILABLE ON LEFT SIDE of this WEBSITE

CHS Yearbook Information

Say Cheese!

2017-18 NHS Tapping NHS
McKean Signs Letter of Intent

Dylan McKean running for Ohio Northern.

More FA LA LA LA LA please Interact Club Lama
Nic Lilly Qualifies for National Speech Competition

Nic Lilly is headed to Alabama.

Students of the Month
CHS Symphonic Band earns superior rating! Symphonic band
Speech Team Advances

Speech Team Advances

FAMOUS Champion High School Students Famous paparazzi
8th Grade Scheduling Orientation Presentation

February 6, 2016

Champion Students Sign Letters of Intent

Champion High School Students Sign Letters of Intent

Noah Bayus Signs Letter of Intent

Congratulations!

Red Ribbon Week CHS "Champion Teens Care" CTC2017
CHS senior basketball players and cheerleaders!

Shout out!

YSU Visits

Meeting the Future

CHS attends YSU CRASH DAY

Meeting the future...

CHAMPION TEENS CARE

November 18, 2016

CHS Students Exercise their Right!

Early Voting

College in High School Rally

College Credit Plus 2017-18

CAR DAY AT CHAMPION HIGH SCHOOL

Beep Beep!

Lady Flashes Soccer win District Title

Congrats!

Rivals come together to support each other

Friday, Sept. 23, 2016

Champion Senior Citizens Free Pass

NOW AVAILABLE

Champion High School
5976 Mahoning Ave. NW
Warren, OH 44483

Phone:(330)847-2300
Fax:(330)847-2353