Taylor Middle School

Taylor Middle School
56 Cooper Ave. ♦  Cleves, OH 45002

2018-2019 School Hours: 8:08 am - 2:51 pm


FAX 513.467.0053

ATTENDANCE 513.824.7446


Principal, Holly Simms 4100
Secretary, Kim Mink 1106
Counselor, Dave Henderson 1120
Psychologist, Terri Voisard 1130
Athletic Director, Larry Herges 6109
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 Click HERE to view Principal Simms' Welcome Back Newsletter.


Posted on: May 16, 2018

After five months, six board meetings, three parent/community forums, and much discussion, on May 15, 2018, the Three Rivers Board of Education approved (with a 3-2 vote) the changing of the start times to pave the way for common planning time. These changes

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students visiting a sea turtle hospital in Florida

Students Return from Florida

Posted on: July 6, 2018

13 students, 2 chaperones, and teacher, Beth Jackson, returned from the Florida Keys in June after almost a week of fun and adventure. The annual trip takes 7th graders to the Florida Keys to see, and experience, what they have learned in the classroom

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staff and students enjoying a meal during picnics in the parking lot at whitewater crossing

Community Receives Free Meals During Summer

Posted on: July 6, 2018

How great it is to live in a community that works together to benefit our children! Picnics in the Parking Lot is off to an incredible start! Each of the first two weeks we have served more than 130 meals and each week we have sent over 95 kids home with food

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Free and Reduced Breakfast and Lunch

Posted on: July 2, 2018

The Three Rivers Local School District announced its 2018-2019 school year policy for Free and Reduced breakfast and lunch for students unable to pay the full price of meals or milk served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program. 

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Know! To Arm Them with Education, Motivation, Expectations and the X-Plan

Posted on: June 28, 2018

(Ohio Department of Education News Article) Young people who begin drinking before the age of 15 are six times more likely to develop alcoholism or have problems with alcohol later in life, compared to those who wait until turning 21. Communication is key

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