High School students met by grade level with Assistant Principal McKibben to review expectations and goals for the school year. We're building community and getting off to a great start!
about 15 hours ago, The Metro Schools
class meetings
Picture day is tomorrow, so please come with your best smile! All students will be photographed for school IDs; we will send home portrait order forms if you'd like to purchase pictures!
3 days ago, The Metro Schools
Picture Day
Summer Wellness students visited Lifeline of Ohio to learn about all aspects of the organ donation process. Thanks to Donate Life Ohio team members for the wealth of information and the tour of the Wall of Donors.
about 2 months ago, The Metro Schools
Lifeline of Ohio
Wall of Donors
The Metrobots team took time to honor Mr. Hertenstein at their banquet last night as he celebrated his last event with them as their Advisor. We join the team in wishing Mr. Hertenstein a fond farewell as he leaves Metro for a new adventure in Dayton.
3 months ago, The Metro Schools
Tyler Hertenstein
Sixth grade Regions and People classes learned about the judicial system from local judge Lasheyl Stroud. After studying different types of government over the last few weeks, students were ready with great questions and participated in a mock trial.
3 months ago, The Metro Schools
Regions & Peoples class
6th grade social studies
Biology students put their Metro Habits to work during a comparative anatomy dissection lab. Through effective collaboration, communication and critical thinking, this hands-on experience helped them learn about the internal workings of a variety of organisms.
3 months ago, The Metro Schools
Pig dissection
Grasshopper Dissection
Frog Dissection
Mary Bradley spoke to Mechatronics classes about her journey to find the "Hero Arm," a bionic prosthetic controlled by muscles that is engineered and manufactured in Europe. Mary shared the benefits and limitations of various prosthetics she has used and encouraged students to continue pursuing education in engineering design, as their innovative solutions can be life-changing.
3 months ago, The Metro Schools
Guest Speaker Mary Bradley
The Hero Arm
Metro welcomed State Representative Mark Fraizer last week for a tour to learn about our early college and STEM programs.
3 months ago, The Metro Schools
State Rep Fraizer
Metro tour with Rep Fraizer
Thanks to all families for working with us this morning as we dealt with an unexpected power outage in the building. District buses have picked up all bus riders to return home. Please have your child check their Advisor's Schoology page for an assignment that is due by 2:30pm. Submission of the assignment will count as "present" for today's attendance.
3 months ago, The Metro Schools
work at home
The Metro building lost power this morning; we do not have a good estimate of how long the power will be out. Because we are unable to conduct classes without electricity, students are being sent home and will have an asynchronous day.
3 months ago, The Metro Schools
Metro is at COSI’s Science Festival today until 4pm. Come join us!
3 months ago, The Metro Schools
STEM Activity
National Honor Society members made blankets to donate to the Ronald McDonald House Charities as part of their recent service project. With the help of the PTSA, $400 worth of blankets was delivered today!
4 months ago, The Metro Schools
Ronald McDonald House
Students making blankets
NHS blankets
The Meaningful May calendar is full of ideas on how to make every day count by focusing on what matters most and doing things that help and encourage others. Give it a try!
4 months ago, The Metro Schools
Meaningful May
Monday, May 2 is an asynchronous learning day. Students do not need to report to in person or virtual classes but are to complete assignments posted on Schoology. Attendance will be taken based on submission of the assignment.
4 months ago, The Metro Schools
Student working from home
Congratulations to Aaron Buergenthal and Tierna Oxenreider for their performance at the North American Cup and Division Fencing Championship last weekend. Aaron received a bronze medal in the Div2 competition and Tierna placed 8th in the junior women's epee event.
4 months ago, The Metro Schools
Aaron Fencing
Tierna Fencing
Students presented solutions to infrastructure issues in this year's Design Challenge. The group pictured demonstrated a charcoal filter they designed to purify wastewater from homes with the goal of improving recreational water quality.
4 months ago, The Metro Schools
Design Challenge
Spending a beautiful day in a beautiful way: Members of Metro’s Key Club & NHS help clean up trash at the Park of Roses.
4 months ago, The Metro Schools
key club volunteers
The Metro Governing Board meeting scheduled for Friday, April 22 will be held virtually. Members of the public may join the meeting online starting at 8am. The agenda and Zoom link can be accessed on BoardDocs: https://go.boarddocs.com/oh/metro/Board.nsf/Public
4 months ago, The Metro Schools
Board Meeting
Metro's high school staff and students collected over 10,000 personal hygiene items for the Mid-Ohio Market at Columbus State, a place where eligible students and community members can access free food and dry goods. The effort was led by senior Jamie Bernthold as part of her Senior Innovations internship with the help of Metro's Key Club. Thanks to all who participated!
4 months ago, The Metro Schools
Mid-Ohio Market collection
Personal hygiene items
Sixth graders learned about cell organelles from Dr. Anthony Brown, Professor from the Department of Neuroscience at The Ohio State University.
4 months ago, The Metro Schools
6th Grade Science Class