District Announcements

The ACE Educational Savings Program

The ACE Educational Savings Account program provides qualifying families with a $500 credit that can be used to pay for a variety of enrichment activities that will accelerate learning for students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. These funds can be used for:

  • Before- or after-school educational programs;
  • Day camps, including camps for academics, music and arts;
  • Tuition for learning extension centers;
  • Tuition for learning pods;
  • The purchase of curriculum and material for home-school families;
  • Educational, learning or study skills services;
  • Field trips to historical landmarks, museums, science centers and theaters – including admission, exhibit and program fees;
  • Language classes;
  • Musical instrument lessons;
  • Tutoring.

Which Students Qualify?

The ACE Educational Savings Account program is available to any student between the ages of 6 and 18 years old whose family income is at or below 300 percent of the federal poverty level. Qualifying children include those who attend any Ohio public or nonpublic school or are home educated by their parents and have been excused from the compulsory attendance law for the purpose of home instruction. An eligible student can be enrolled in a public or nonpublic school or has been excused from compulsory attendance law for the purpose of home instruction.

Ohio Afterschool Child Enrichment Educational Savings Program | Ohio Department of Education

21 Century Grant Surveys

Ironton City School District is applying for a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant. In addition to afterschool programming, summer enrichment is now a requirement for 21st Century Community Learning Centers. We would like your input to design a program that best meets the needs of the families, students, and community. Please complete the survey linked below. 

Thank you so much for your input. We value your opinion. 

For Parents (please use this link to complete the survey):  21st Century Parent Survey 

For Stakeholders (please use this link to complete the survey):  21st Century Stakeholder Survey 

About Us

The Ironton City School District provides quality educational experiences for the students of Ironton, Ohio. Our community is located in the extreme south central part of Ohio and is part of the Tri-State Metropolitan Area with the communities of Ashland, Kentucky and Huntington, West Virginia. The district operates three schools: Ironton Elementary School, Ironton Middle School, and Ironton High School.

Our mission is to provide quality education assuring every student achieves his/her maximum potential, through a challenging curriculum and co-curricular activities, provided by highly qualified, dedicated employees, in a safe environment, in partnership with parents and community.

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