Bulldog Bags, INC: Non-profit providing food to SMFSchool Students to reduce hunger on weekends.
Stow-Munroe Falls City Schools Website Home Page
Stow-Munroe Falls Special Services Home Page
Community Curfews: Stow- Under 18, 11pm to 6am, Sunday to Thursday. 12am to 6am Fri. & Sat. Munroe Falls - Under 12, Darkness to Dawn Everyday. Ages 12-18, 11 pm to 5:30 am Sun. to Thurs. 12 am to 5:30 am Friday and Saturday.
Dolly Parton Imagination Library: Summit County Residents! Free Series of Books for ages Birth thru Five. Each month, a new age appropriate book will be mailed to your home for no cost. The books are provided by the foundation and United Way of Summit County. Please obtain & submit the registration form by clicking on the above link.
Stow-Munroe Falls Student Code of Conduct: Expectations of student behavior and policy's.
Stohion Online: Stow-Munroe Falls High School student newspaper.
Stow Parks and Rec Preview Catalog: Fall/Winter 2019-2020 Catalog of Programs
Progress Book: Stow-Munroe Falls Parent/Student Access.
State Support Team Region 8: Stow-Munroe Falls regional training center for districts and families.
Stow Free and Reduced Lunch: Application guidelines
Stow Transportation/Busing: Shared custody/parenting forms, policies
Before and After School Child Care: Available at all six elementary buildings through the YMCA
Six District Educational Compact: College Tech Prep & Career Programs
SMF N.I.C.E.is a local organization capable of providing food, supplies, and other temporary assistance to Stow-Munroe Falls families in need. Call 330-689-2700 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
IEP Eye Exam: Free program that provides a comprehensive exam and glasses for those without optical coverage.
PBIS/Positive Behavior Interventions and Support: The Stow-Munroe Falls City School District continues to focus on expectations that will help lead academic and behavioral success through the PBIS model. This school-wide approach is a process of fostering and promoting positive behavior and less disciplinary action by creating safer and more effective schools. For needing additional behavioral support, a tiered model of instruction is being utilized. Similar to the instructional model of RTI.
U.S. Office of Special Education Programs: http://www.pbis.org/
PBIS World: http://www.pbisworld.com/ (plug in your behavioral challenge for interventions at Tiers 1, 2 & 3)
Early Childhood Social Emotional Learning