Superintendent: Laurie Vent

Address:  800 N. Sandusky Avenue Upper Sandusky, Oh 43351
Email:       laurie_v@usevs.org
Phone:     (419) 294-2306
Fax:          
(419) 294-6891


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  • Congratulations! Congratulations to all our seniors for all their accomplishments this year and in previous years! I have every confidence that each of you will go on to do great things in our community and the world at large. I also want to congratulate all our rising students who will return to us in the fall to continue their educational journey. We always enjoy seeing how much each of you have grown and hearing about your summer adventures.Did you know that there is actually an extra week of summer vacation this year due to the way the 2016-17 school calendar ended and when the 2017-18 one will begin? You are welcome! :-) Have a great summer!
    Posted May 30, 2017, 11:24 AM by Laurie Vent
  • Thank you I just want to give a big THANK YOU to all those who participated in my first phone survey. Your input is valuable in helping us make decisions that reflect what is of importance to you. If you were not able to participate by phone, you can still voice your opinion. Just call my office - 419-294-2306 - and my secretary, Brenda Haubert, will either ask the questions to you over the phone or mail you a paper survey. Just let her know which you would prefer.Also, if you took the phone survey, please let me know your opinion about it. You can add a comment, call or email me - laurie_v@usevs.org. Did you like being able ...
    Posted Mar 7, 2017, 10:01 AM by Laurie Vent
  • Have your voice heard! Call on Ohio’s leaders to step up and enact common sense reform for the benefit of Ohio’s public school children.  In 2016, the federal government passed a new law to replace the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). The new law, The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), is designed to provide new flexibility to states. The new law is structured such that learning and testing decisions are returned to the states and even local districts. Each state must submit a plan to the US Dept. of Ed. The Ohio Dept. of Education (ODE) had many meetings across the state to hear from people about how the new state plan should look. I attended our regional meeting. Participants urged ...
    Posted Apr 3, 2017, 7:44 AM by Jim Frye
  • Develop Your Personal Brand Social media is everywhere! Many people view social media in a negative manner. But how you use it makes a big impact on how you are perceived by others. Scott Grant, President & Chief Impact Officer of Triple Threat Leadership, gave a great presentation on using social media to develop your personal brand. If you use social media in a negative and emotional manner, then others will believe that is who you are. If you use social media in a positive manner to promote your interests and to develop professional contacts, then you will be perceived positively. He says to ask yourself, "What impression am I making?"Because of some online issues, Scott had to change the link to his presentation ...
    Posted Feb 6, 2017, 6:42 AM by Laurie Vent
  • Wind Chill Winter has returned! When it is cold, how do I decide if it is cold enough to delay? I rely on a wind chill chart put together by NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association) and NWS (National Weather Service). This chart lets me know when the combination of air temperature and wind speed creates a wind chill that could cause frostbite. As you can see on the chart, I start to worry about wind chills around the -20 degree mark. It is always a tough decision that we take very seriously. 
    Posted Dec 15, 2016, 11:58 AM by Laurie Vent
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