New Student Registration


Good evening everyone.  Due to the winter storm warning, we will not ask you to come to our schools tomorrow for the picking up materials, books, technology, etc. Instead we will have expanded hours on Wednesday. You can pick up whatever you need on Wednesday from noon until 7:00. Elementary parents should pull up to the front of our school by the flagpole and middle and high school students can pick up their materials at the back of the building on the west side. Also, there will be no food pickup tomorrow. If you signed up for meal delivery, we will be calling with the times very soon. We expect our first deliveries to go out Thursday. We are so proud to offer this service. Remote learning will begin on Thursday as planned.

Also, your response to food deliveries has been amazing!  You can still sign up to have food delivered to your home at zero cost once a week if you have children in our district.  The link to sign up is below and it was emailed again today.  You can also call us and leave a message on our hotline.  330 876-2808

Food Delivery:

Dates and Events:

8/25 First day of School  grades 1-12

8/31 First day of School  Kindergarten

9/8 First day of School PreK

9/24     Two Hour early dismissal

10/9 No School – NEOEA Day

10/22  One Hour early dismissal

11/19   Two Hour early dismissal

11/25-11/30 No School  – Thanksgiving Break

12/23-1-1 No School – Winter Break

1/21  1 Hour early dismissal

2/12-2/15 No School  – President’s Day

2/18  Two hour early dismissal

3/12 No School

3/18  One hour early dismissal

4/2-4/5 No School – Spring Break

4/15  Two hour early dismissal

5/27 BHS Commencement

5/28 Last student day 



The Joseph Badger Local School District will provide academic excellence to all students through an effective and challenging learning environment that encourages students to become independent thinkers and lifelong learners. The new Joseph Badger School opened September 5, 2006 with the first day of classes for students. Badger Elementary, Middle and High School form a 175,000 square foot state of the art K-12 facility that services the largest geographical school district in Trumbull County. Students attending the Joseph Badger School, named after a circuit riding minister, Reverend Joseph Badger reside in Gustavus, Hartford, Kinsman, Orangeville or Vernon Township.

There is also a small population of open enrollment students attending from neighboring school districts. Joseph Badger offers a diversified curriculum including Kindergarten/Enrichment and college preparatory courses which include five high school advanced placement (AP) classes. Badger Middle School is one of the select schools in Ohio to offer three grade eight classes earning high school credit; French, Algebra and Intro to Physics and Chemistry.  Joseph Badger offers a comprehensive co-curricular program coinciding with academic offerings and an interscholastic sports program which personifies team play, opponent respect and continued sportsmanship in all contests.