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United Way of Paulding County Backpack for Kids Program!

Paulding County United Way is taking registrations for children in need of school supplies. Here is the link for them to register:

Paulding Exempted Village Schools Schedule Change 2024-2025

At our July Board of Education Meeting on July 23, the PEVS School Board plans to adopt a change in our school schedule for the 2024-25 school year.  That adjustment will be a two-hour delay for students every Wednesday starting on September 4, 2024 through May 14, 2025.  This weekly delay will be used for Panther Professional Learning (PPL), which will give our administration and staff members a common time across the district to provide professional development and data analysis; as well as, time for staff to meet as grade-level and subject-level teams to address and plan for specific student needs and interventions.  We do realize and understand that this is a significant change and will cause some inconvenience in regard to child care, transportation, etc.  But we feel it is an important step in promoting improvement in our school district as it pertains to student achievement and overall school culture. 

If you have any questions regarding PPL, please do not hesitate to call Mr. Etzler at 419-399-4656 ext. 1510 or email him at

Please click the link below for the full news release.

Full Time and Substitute Bus Drivers Needed

Paulding Exempted Village Schools has an immediate need for full time and substitute Bus Drivers for routes and extra-curricular events. Bus Driver Training will be provided and paid for.

Applications can be found at
or can be picked up in the:
Administration Office: 405 N. Water St, Paulding.
If you have any questions, you may call Adina at 419-399-4656 ext 1560.

Ohio State Test scores available on Progress Book beginning May 24

The spring 2024 Ohio State Test results for students in grades 3-12 will be posted on your Progress Book parent/student portal and app beginning Friday, May 24. Detailed family reports prepared by the Ohio Department of Education and Workforce will arrive in the district in late July and will be sent home, as they have been in the past.