Brookfield Local School District
has instituted a new procedure
involving “Student Enrollment”. We now
have a Central Enrollment/Registration Coordinator who will handle all K-12 student
registrations and enrollment issues and updates. In previous years, each individual building
had their own enrollment procedures and timelines, and because our school
buildings are closed during the summer months, registering new students for the
next school year had to wait until the building secretaries returned, usually
This has all changed! Effective immediately, we are making
registration appointments year round.
Please contact our new Enrollment
Coordinator, Jena (Carpenter) Rummel at 330-619-5744 for more details
and/or to make an appointment to register your children. You may also email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be more than happy to guide you
through the process of enrolling your children.
For any other non-enrollment
school questions as they relate to your children, please feel free to contact
the school your child will be attending at the following numbers:
We hope that this new, more
streamlined and accommodating procedure will help our families easily
transition to the Brookfield Local School District, and we look forward to
hearing from you.
If you are interested in working as a substitute custodian or bus driver for the Brookfield Local School District, please contact Susie Thomas in the Board Office at 330-448-4930. A substitute is called when an employee is not in the building due to illness, professional development, etc. Two forms must be completed and turned in to the Board office. Simply click on the "about" link at the top right of our website home page, click on "forms" and print (and complete) an employment application and a classified substitute letter form. You also must have a current BCI fingerprint clearance on file in the Board office.
The following hourly wages apply:
Bus Driver (CDL required) - $14/hrCustodian - $11/hr
WEATHER DELAY PLAN
In an attempt to ensure a complete school year, a Weather Delay program
has been instituted. The delay, if used, will be for two hours and will be
announced when improvements in visibility, roads, and other conditions are
expected within a brief period of time.
Pick-up Two hours later
than normal day pick up (so if your child normally catches the bus at 7:00,
s/he will be picked up at 9:00)
Classes begin Middle
A.M. (no breakfast served on delay days)
A.M. (no breakfast served on delay days)
School: 10:30 A.M.
(no breakfast served on delay days)
Cancellation of classes means all schools within the K-12 complex. If a
non-weather related problem exists (water, heat, electrical issue), the closing
announcement will specify the reason for closure.
TV stations will be notified by 6:00 A.M. of a closing or two-hour delayed
start. If weather conditions do not improve and school must be closed, the
stations will be notified between 7:30 and 8:00 A.M. Please listen to/watch the
following radio or TV stations: WHOT
(FM 101), WKBN (AM 570 or FM 98.9), WFMJ (TV Channel 21), WKBN (TV Channel 27), and WYTV (TV Channel 33).
Once the superintendent contacts the media, a one-call message will be
sent to all school personnel and parents/guardians. Please listen to the entire message. The one-call message takes about 15 minutes to be delivered to all numbers on the list which includes students, parents, guardians, faculty, and staff. Note: school phones are not answered during a delay or school closure day, so please do not attempt to call your child’s school during the delay or closure.
If you are not getting a message on a calamity or delay day, please inform your child’s office secretary so your contact information can be updated.
The TV and radio stations ask that the school district urge listeners NOT TO CALL THE STATION
requesting school closing information for a specific school, but instead to
listen for the announcement. Most stations do not announce reopening of a
school after prior closing. Unless
announced, schools are open.
If you are interested in working as a substitute for the Brookfield Local School District, please contact Susie Thomas in the Board Office at 330-448-4930. A substitute is called when an employee is not in the building due to illness, professional development, etc. Two forms must be completed and turned in to the Board office. Simply click on the "about" link at the top right of our website home page, click on "forms" and print (and complete) an employment application and a classified substitute letter form. You also must have a current BCI fingerprint clearance on file in the Board office.
The following substitute positions are available:
Bus Driver (CDL required) - $14/hrCafeteria Cashier, Cook or Cook's Helper - $9/hrStudent Monitor - $9/hrSecretary - $10/hrCustodian - $11/hrEducational Assistant (you must call the TCESC at 505-2800 to apply for this substitute position)
The Brookfield Local School District is pleased to announce a new online facility request and rental system, designed to provide a convenient and accessible user experience. With our new online system, reservation requests can be easily submitted and quickly reviewed by the district. Renters have the opportunity to view facility photos and descriptions, see real-time availability, get estimated quotes, and pay online. To view the district's available facilities, please click https://facilitron.com/blsd44403
If you need any assistance setting up an account and/or in placing a facility use request, please contact Facilitron at: email@example.com, or by calling them directly at: 800-272-2962.