New Student Registration

2021-2022 Kindergarten and Pre-K registration begins  March 9 -11, 2021 online

Student registration will not take place in person.  Parents may follow the New Student Registration link to register their child(ren).  Pre-K has a limited number of classroom seats.  Pre-K registration is a first come, first serve basis with priority given to Badger residents.  To be considered registered, all documents must be uploaded/submitted.  Any questions, please call Badger Elementary School at 330-876-2860.

The Joseph Badger Schools’ Drama Department is pleased to present “Alice in Wonderland” on the auditorium stage.  You are welcome to attend any of the five performances March 19-27:  Fridays and Saturdays at 7 PM and Sunday at 2 PM.  Tickets can be purchased online at BadgerDrama.ludus.com.  We recommend that you purchase tickets in advance as we do have limited seating in our current social distancing climate.  Performances may sell out if you wait to purchase tickets at the door.  If you choose to join us at any of our performances, we do ask that you wear a mask and maintain social distancing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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

1/18 – No School – MLK Day

1/21  1 Hour early dismissal

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

2/18  Two hour early dismissal

2/26 No School

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.