Apply for the Emergency Broadband Benefit program for home Internet and device discounts!
Read the Emergency Broadband Benefit flyer for more details.
This can also be found on the Parent Resources page.


Please be sure to visit the links at the bottom of this page for parent resource articles. 

The high school has four lunch options for our students grades 7-12. Students have the option to leave the building, pack a lunch, purchase from vending machines or purchase a school prepared lunch. The school lunch prepared by the elementary kitchen staff is a brown bag type lunch. Students that receive a school prepared lunch, on any particular day, MUST stay in school during that lunch period. To purchase a school lunch, families must use Cash will not be accepted for high school lunches. The cost of a school prepared lunch is $3.00. Families may apply for free or reduced lunches by completing the 2020-2021 FREE AND REDUCED PRICE SCHOOL MEALS FAMILY APPLICATION provided in the students’ opening day packet.


The following menu is for grades 7-12 and will be repeated each week. 






PB & J Sandwich 

Ham and Cheese Sandwich

Cook's Choice

Hot Pocket

Turkey, Ham and Cheese Sandwich

String Cheese

Broccoli w/ Ranch Dressing

Tossed Salad

Veggie Cup

Carrot Sticks


Carrot Sticks















USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider. This menu is subject to change. 

To improve communication we have continued with an “all call” system. Parents, please make sure you provide an accurate phone number on the emergency medical card to be contacted. I would suggest providing a cell number in case a message is sent when you are out and about. 

Students, parents and staff can follow me on Twitter @GCarkido for news, updates, and general information. 

Parents that drop off their children should do so in front of the school on Iowa Ave. Please do not drop off students in the Board of Education parking lot. High School visitors, there are visitor parking spaces available at the library entrance. Please use those spaces when visiting and enter through the library entrance. Additional parking for the high school is located at the football stadium lot. 

Students, please be respectful to our community and the environment. Dispose of trash properly and use the sidewalks whenever possible. Thank you for your compliance in this matter.

Students please do not cut through private property to and from school. Please use sidewalks whenever possible.

Parents and students, I encourage all of you to visit our teachers’ webpages for weekly lesson plans and resources. Links to these webpages can be found on the District homepage. Just click on Parent Resources, and then go to Teacher webpages.

ProgressBook is available to all parents/guardians of the district. ProgressBook allows parents to access their child’s grades 24/7 through the high school website. Parents and students can create an account on our website. Click on Parent Resources then ParentAccess. Any question please email [email protected]

Parents, please become familiar with the student handbook and with the rules and procedures that it contains. Each student received a handbook on the first day of school. The handbook can also be accessed on our website under Parent Resources then under Available Downloads click Student Handbook 2020-2021 . Should you have any question about anything written in the student handbook, please do not hesitate to call me at 330-530-8051.

Parent Resources:

 Know! To Talk About George Floyd and Racism

 Know! Love Is Respect

Know! How to Keep Kids in Focus If Divorce Occurs

Know! How to Fight Teen Depression

Know! Teens are NOT so Footloose and Fancy-Free

KNOW! To Practice Good Sportsmanship

Know! To Defend Against Mean Girls

College test prep scams are happening

Know! To Share Key Skills for Academic Success

Know! The Risk Factors Associated with Drug Addiction

Know! The Link Between Alcohol and Sexual Assault

 Know! Sexual Assault Prevention Tips for Teens

 Know! The Facts on Youth Suicide

 Know! What's New With 420

 Know! Parents Who Host Lose The Most: Don't Be a Party to Teenage Drinking

KNOW! To Pump Them Up for a Successful New School Year

Gary Carkido, Principal
[email protected]
600 Iowa Avenue
McDonald, OH 44437
(P) 330-530-8051 ext. 1
(F) 330-530-7041


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