Administration

Athletics

The Athletics Department oversees the athletic activities of more than 30 boys, girls, and co-ed teams from grades 7-12, across fall, winter, and spring seasons. The district is a part of the Greater Western Ohio Conference.

Business Operations

The Business Operations department strives to keep our students and staff comfortable and secure; to maintain clean, well-lit, and operationally efficient buildings; to provide nutritious lunches; and to ensure safe and efficient transportation.

Communications

The Communications Department is responsible for district related communications such as news releases, social media, the website, district newsletters, brochures and special mailers.

Curriculum & Instruction

The Curriculum & Instruction Department is responsible for developing and modifying the district's course of study, recommendation and purchase of textbooks, teacher certifications and professional development.
 

Federal Programs

The Federal Programs Department is charged with overseeing district's Federal funding, typically known as Title Funds. This department works closely with the Federal Government, Finance, Pupil Services, Curriculum and Technology departments to ensure the district gets as much Federal funds as we are entitled and it is put to its best use.

Food Services

The Food Services department develops the menus and supervises the cooks for each of the district's buildings as well as completes and files the many state and federal reports required. 

Human Resources

The Human Resources Department oversees employment opportunities, subsitute teacher/staff information, job listings, and information related to employee benefits. All classified, certified, and administrative positions can be applied for by visiting the Dayton Area Schools Employment Consortium website. Please do not contact administrators, principals, or the superintendent regarding employment.

Student and Special Education Services

The Student & Special Education Services Department is comprised of the EMIS Coordinator and Special Education Department. The Special Education Department is committed to providing a comprehensive and seamless continuum of quality services for students with disabilities that facilitates the students' academic and social/emotional growth.

The Sidney City School district offers a number of services to students with disabilities including:

  • School Psychological Services
  • Speech and Language Therapy Services
  • Occupational and Physical Therapy Services
  • A variety of supports and services for children with  identified disabilities in grades K-12

 

Superintendent

Learn more about Superintendent John Scheu, view his Superintendent's Message, and find out other ways to connect.

Technology

Along with supporting the day-to-day technology operations of the district, the Technology Department answers the technology goals of the curriculum agenda, supports the individual classroom needs of teachers, assists students with connecting their own devices to the learning systems, and maintains a sustainable technology operation.

 

Transportation

The transportation department is responsible for the daily operation of the district's 21 buses and 4 vans. They coordinate and supervise the safe transportation of 964 students over 1,250 total miles every school day.

Treasurer

The Treasurer's Office is responsible for all accounting, payroll, and financial reporting for the district including: budgeting, payroll and benefits, accounts payable and receivable, and EMIS (student information) data coordination. The Treasurer of an Ohio school district must hold appropriate certification to serve as the Chief Financial Officer and reports directly to the Board of Education. The treasurer and superintendent are the only two district employees who report directly to the Board of Education.