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A Message from the Superintendent
Heath Community,

This is a very exciting time for our students and our district this year!  We are so fortunate to live and learn in this supportive community, where our residents are exploring ways to improve our schools for the purpose of benefitting our students long term.  I will outline briefly in this message the work being done on the building projects, as well as some very generous donations that we have received to improve student (athletic) facilities.  

Facilities Planning:
We are fortunate to have a passionate group of community members and staff serving on our facility planning and finance committees.  These committees are examining all buildings to see if they need renovated or replaced.  To date, the group has indicated a strong preference to replace Garfield and Stevenson Elementary with a new K-5 building.  Current thoughts have the building being located on the Stevenson Elementary site, however there is much planning to be done before that plan is final.  

The group also has indicated a strong preference to improve or replace Heath Middle School, which was built in 1961, and along with Stevenson, is our oldest building.  Again, these plans are not final, and we are approaching this project very carefully, because we don’t want to create a project that is too big, or too costly for taxpayers.

We are interested in the opinions of all members of our community to help determine the best facilities plan for our students and are happy to answer any questions you may have. Please reach out to me or any of our building Principals to share your thoughts and questions.

Swank Field:
We are also fortunate that a group of private donors have pledged $700,000 towards the installation of synthetic turf to support our football, soccer track and physical education programs at Swank Field.  The total cost of that project is $1,000,000.00, but the project will only be completed if that full amount can be raised by March 15th, 2019.  If you would like to donate or have questions about this project, please contact Ellis Booth, our Athletic Director at [email protected] or 740-238-7150.

Improved facilities, both educational and athletic, provide the best environment for our students to learn and grow and build pride in our school and our community. Thank you all for your ongoing support and for helping us best serve the needs of our kids.


Trevor Thomas, Ed.D.
Heath City Schools
[email protected]
Trevor Thomas, Ed.D.
Thomas, Ed.D., Trevor
Office: 740-238-7110
Fax: 740-238-7053
Kelly Holbrook
Holbrook, Kelly
Assistant Superintendent
Office: 740-238-7110
Fax: 740-238-7053
Diana Myers
Myers, Diana
Superintendent Secretary EMIS Coordinator
Office: 740-238-7110
Fax: 740-238-7053
Lorrie Walsh
Walsh, Lorrie
Assistant Superintendent Secretary
Office: 740-238-7110
Fax: 740-238-7053
Heath City School District
107 Lancaster Drive, Heath, OH 43056
Phone: 740-238-7110 | Fax: 740-238-7053
Heath High School
300 Licking View Drive, Heath, OH  43056
Phone:  740-238-7150 | Fax:  740-238-7079
Heath Middle School
310 Licking View Dr, Heath, OH 43056
Phone: 740-238-7140 | Fax: 740-238-7072
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Stevenson Elementary
152 Cynthia Street, Heath, OH 43056
Phone:  740-238-7130 | Fax: 740-238-7066
Garfield Elementary School
680 South 30th Street, Heath, OH  43056
Phone:  740-238-7120 | Fax: 740-238-7060
107 Lancaster Drive, Heath, OH 43056
P: 740.522.2702

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