Superintendent, Paul Imhoff
My family and I became part of the Upper Arlington family in 2013, and we quickly learned what has drawn people to this special place for so many years. It's more than the tree-lined streets and beautiful parks - it's a deep sense of community pride and cooperation.
While I am proud to be a member of this great community and a parent in this fantastic school district, I am humbled to serve as its superintendent. It is an honor to work with this fine group of educators as they make a positive impact in the lives of our students. I am invigorated by the thoughts of what is yet to come. Over the next few years, we will be laying the groundwork to build upon the district's tradition of excellence and reach even greater levels of achievement and opportunity for all students.
If you have any ideas or questions about our schools, please feel free to contact me by phone or email.
This is an exciting time for our community as we celebrate our centennial and plan for our next 100 years.
In the coming weeks, community members will have two opportunities to learn more about the exciting and innovative work happening right now in our schools to push us forward and ensure Upper Arlington Schools continues to be on the forefront of education.
First, we hope you will join us for the fourth annual State of the Schools on Monday, February 5. We will begin the evening at 6 p.m. ……
Winter break has truly felt like winter in Upper Arlington! We are looking forward to welcoming back students on Monday, January 8 for a full day of classes. Because the weather can be so temperamental this time of year, I’d like to share our process for making this decision so that we can all be prepared in the event of a cancellation or delay.
Cold temperatures and winter weather
When it comes to inclement weather, student safety is the most important factor in our decision of whether ……
This is truly a momentous time for Upper Arlington. Our community will soon be celebrating its centennial year, and as we do, we will be taking a huge step into our second century as we begin to work together to design a new high school and five new or renovated elementary schools.
Just a few weeks ago, voters approved Issue 43 to move forward with the first phase of the master plan — which reflects the work of hundreds of community volunteers and more than 8,000 touch points with ……
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