CRAIG HOCKENBERRY THREE RIVERS SUPERINTENDENT
Quick business-focused highlights
Our campus was completed: August 2013
Total cost: 54.4 Million
Total square footage: 297,000 feet
Total # of students PK-12: 2,277 students
Open enrollment is a system of filling otherwise empty seats with students from surrounding districts mainly CPS (Saylor Park, Oak Hills, Northwest, & Southwest)
Over the course of our 5 year forecast that includes projection of 6 million dollars.
Before care program operated by our district
After Care provided by the YMCA
2 School Police Officers (Cleves)
3 School Security
Work closely with Addyston PD & Hamilton County Sherriff
219 high def. cameras to monitor before/during/after school
Exploring drone technology, robotics
Clear separations of all the grade levels
We transport GR. PK-8
24 buses and 5 vans transport approximately 1,300 students daily across more than 30 square miles
Other area schools that we transport include: Our Lady of Visitation, St. Jude, St Bernard, St. Al’s Bridgetown, Rost, St. Ignatius, Children’s Home, and the Cincinnati Autism Center
One of only a handful of districts using the innovative Here Comes the Bus APP…Able to locate, track, and project the exact time of your child’s arrival to and from school
We prepare 1,200 meals a day, equaling almost 6,000 meals per week.
Food Service is open after school for those involved in sports, clubs, and other programs.
33% of our students qualify for the Federal free & reduced lunch program.
Weekly backpack program for our less fortunate, which gives kids a back pack of food to last over the weekend (faith-based partners)
Summer feeding program
Our kitchen runs a business within a business.
It is responsible to the school board but it makes a profit each year or the board has to make up the deficit on July 1 of each year.
By law the kitchen cannot end the fiscal year with a negative balance.
Our food service is one of very few programs that turns a profit each year and has done so for 20 years.
This means all cost to operate the kitchen including salaries, insurance, utilities, capital equipment and food cost are covered by the prices we charge and like you and your business the kitchen must watch its P& L every month to continue to operate at no cost to the district.
24 Varsity sports
17 Middle school sports
75 Paid Coaching
10 paid game mangers
10 volunteers for coaching and assisting the Athletic Department
This year alone we will play 88 different schools in three states
Over the past two years Fall, winter, and spring sports has generated in gate revenue $104,198
Business in Curriculum
Naviance is a comprehensive college and career readiness solution that helps us align student strengths and interests to postsecondary goals.
The career planning tools in Naviance allow students to understand how their strengths, goals, skills, and interests can lead to exciting careers.
Business Professionals of America
Satellite from the Great Oaks
Business Foundations Courses are offered to GR. 9 & 10
Next year we will be offering Financial Accounting
Students can earn college credits for these courses.
Senior business students intern with local business.
Juniors and seniors compete annually on business projects at the State and then at the National level (this year our seniors are creating restaurant plans).
94% of our seniors that participated in the BPA program went on to study business in college.
I’m proud to welcome the teacher of the class, Mrs. Heller. I’d also like to thank Harry Snyder, the CEO of the Great Oaks Schools for joining us today. They are such great partners.
Development of Career Academies for Taylor High School
Curriculum developed around careers that are needed for us to bring new opportunities to our students.
We received a significant donation in partnership with the Courter Family Trades Scholarship and American Legion for students to explore these pathways in the trades. I will like to thank Mrs. Carter who is here will us today.
Cincinnati State Aviation Drone Technology
Our first class is Aviation Mechanic Academy (9-12)
Aviation Mechanic Academy 101 brings students hands-on exposure to such topics as aerodynamics, airplane structures, piston and jet engines, avionics, drone technology, and an aviation/aerospace simulation.
Cincinnati Sate West Campus
Our partnership with Cincinnati State has exploded as we moved to such a career and post-secondary focus. Thank you Provost Hoopes, Dean Bowling, McCord, Schaffeld, and Vice President of workforce Development Amy Waldbillig.
Partnership with University of Cincinnati Informational Technology
Teaching IT classes at Taylor through University of Cincinnati
Which will lead to seamless transition of our students into the University of Cincinnati IT program.
UC IT Program is currently offered in grades 9-12 - it will be a semester class
UC IT allows THS students to complete the first year of the UC during their high school career.
Next year THS will offer Computer Networking, Fundamentals of Web Development, and Database Management 1.
Middle school course - intro to careers includes Construction, Information Technology, Health Services, Physical Therapy/Athletic Training, Graphic Designer, Manufacturing/Logistics, Marketing/Sales Professional, and Business Management/Entrepreneurship
We have also added courses in Leadership and Community engagement course to compliment all of these partnerships
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