All children ages 1-18 are eligible to receive FREE meals during the summer months at participating program sites.
The Business Operations office oversees district-wide purchasing as well as the operation of the maintenance/custodial, transportation and food service departments. In addition, the business office manages the Board of Education approved permanent improvement budget as well as facility planning, building renovations and new construction. The Director of Business Operations is an important part of the annual budgeting process, regularly monitors budget accounts, and manages cost control programs to maximize the district's financial resources.
Centerville City Schools is a member of the Southwestern Ohio Educational Purchasing Council. The EPC combines the buying power of more than 260 member school districts to generate savings by providing purchasing power for larger volumes of goods and services, such as classroom and office supplies, furniture, food, vehicles, utilities and insurance.
Maintenance, Grounds & Custodial Services
The maintenance staff maintains 15 facilities that include 1.3 million square feet of building space and about 300 acres of grounds. The maintenance team helps support students and staff by maintaining a safe and effective learning environment in all of our classrooms and provides operation services throughout the district. The maintenance department works hard to keep the facilities in operating order throughout the year. Work is constantly being done to make repairs, replace equipment and deliver a preventative maintenance program for the district.
Safety & Security
At Centerville City Schools, the safety of our students and staff members is a priority. Click here for more information about safety and security measures in our schools.
Student Nutrition Services
The Student Nutrition Services team supports learning by promoting healthy habits for lifelong nutrition and fitness practices. Click here for more information, including menus for school meals.
The Centerville City Schools Transportation Department is made up of two supervisors, four secretaries, four bus mechanics and about 130 bus drivers and aides. This team operates more than 120 buses and over 600 individual bus routes every day.
Substitute custodians are needed for both day and evening shifts. For more information, please email Jon Wesney or call 937-433-8841.
Substitute bus drivers and aides are a necessity with more than 120 buses on the road each day. For more information, please email Andy Trick.
Kitchen substitutes also are needed at all buildings, and hours are between 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. so you would be able to get your children to school and pick them up. For more information, please email Olivia Stone or call 937-433-8841.
Bidding Opportunities (RFP)
Please watch this space for information about upcoming bidding opportunities.
Click on the links below for additional information.
Any group wishing to reserve space in one of our facilities (other than Centerville High School) must complete the Building Use Form. This form includes information about rental group categories. Before submitting your form to the school where you would like to reserve a space, please check with the appropriate building for availability. Click here for contact information for each building.
Groups wishing to reserve space at Centerville High School should complete the CHS Building Use Form and return it to the high school.
The City of Centerville will utilize about six acres of land next to Centerville High School. In return, the city will construct a road connecting CHS with Clyo Road.
The Ohio School Bus Driver Safety Road-E-O is an annual competition designed to test and increase bus drivers' operational and safety skills. Ten Centerville drivers participated in this year's regional event.