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Flyer Central

The school district has transitioned to all electronic event flyers. Principals will be using SchoolMessenger to email flyers to parents rather than sending hard copies home with students. Please be sure to keep your SchoolMessenger contact information up-to-date so you don't miss important information. You update your SchoolMessenger contact information via your Power School Parent Portal. 

Information for OUTSIDE GROUPS about our flyer approval process can be found at the bottom of this page.

Kids Eat Free This Summer from June 3 - August 8 - Cornerstone Church @ 1520 Reynolds Road
Maumee City Schools Summer Youth Sports Camps - registration is open
Wolfcreek YMCA Summer Camps & Programs Brochure
Family Video Report Card A Free Movie/Game Summer Program
Maumee Uptown Business Association Summer Nights - May 31 & June 14
Richard Kazmaier Memorial Golf Outing: Golfer & Sponsor Registration Forms - June 10 
Toledo Lucas County Library Summer Reading Program for Kids & Teens - June 3 - Aug 3
Summer Blast Camp @ Calvary - June 3-6
Pacesetter Soccer Club Tryouts - May 29-June 11. Date determined by child's age
Toledo Rockets Soccer Summer Camp - begins June 3
Toledo Rockets Girls Basketball Summer Camp - June 17-20
Toledo Rockets Boys Basketball Summer Camp - June & August Sessions
BGSU Summer Art Studio - June 5 - 19
Sunshine Summer Art Camps for Children - June 17 - July 26
BGSU Summer Basketball Camp - Boys & Girls - June 24-18
Rowing Opportunity for Girls - Black Swamp Rowing Club
Learn to Skate @ BGSU Ice Rink - Lessons throughout year
Learn to Play Hockey @ Tam-o-Shanter - Lessons throughout year
Learn to Skate @ Tam-o-Shanter - Lessons throughout year
What To Do in a School Emergency - FOR PARENTS
MILITARY FAMILY Resources for Ohio Department of Education
Speaker Handouts from March 21, 2019 Parent Academy
MHS Using Online Athletic Form  - info and links here
Know! To Stand Firm Against Underage Drinking - resources from Ohio Department of Education
Guidance About Effectively Communicating with School Staff Members
School & Community Safety Forum Q & A - Compiled from Forum on March 8, 2018
Under One Roof Food Pantry @ St. Paul's Episcopal Church
SaferSchools Ohio Tip Line informational flyer
10 Lessons The Arts Teach - from the National Arts Education Association

: If you want to have a flyer approved for distribution, please follow these guidelines:

Flyers must be submitted electronically as an attachment:  Nancy Sayre -
Include: Your contact name, name of the organization, email address, and phone number.  Also attach your non-profit paperwork, if you have not previously sent this information to the school district. Please make your request a minimum of 10 days in advance of desired electronic distribution.

All flyers must include this sentence in at least 12 point type: 
This is not a Maumee City Schools sponsored activity.” 

Write a brief description/title of your flyer. Include the following event information in the description: 
what, when, where, and why for your event. Be sure to include name of sponsoring organization, desired date of electronic distribution/posting, date the event ends, and grade(s) of students to whom distribution is intended. 

The district will determine if flyers are posted on Flyer Central, sent to parents electronically using our parental notification system, posted on social media sites, or a combination of distribution methods. 

PROFIT MAKING ORGANIZATIONS: No materials from profit-making organizations will be distributed to students, but if your flyer is approved, you may provide 25 copies for placement in brochure/flyer racks located in school offices. Fairfield Elementary (grades K-3), Fort Miami Elementary (grades K-3), Wayne Trail Elementary (grades 4 & 5), Gateway Middle School (grades 6-8), Maumee High School (grades 9-12).