CCS Opens 2021-2022 Tiger Remote Learning Applications

Circleville City Schools will once again be offering Tiger Remote Learning (TRL) for families interested in pursuing an all digital option for the 2021-2022 school year.

NEW this year, the TRL Option will only be available to students in grades 4th-12th. After reviewing student attendance and engagement data along with informal conversations with our primary families in grades K-3, it was evident that students must have a set of foundational technology and literacy skills to be successful in an online learning environment. Therefore, 4th grade will be the earliest grade level offered for the TRL Option.

Starting today, June 24th and running through Thursday, July 15th, families can complete a TRL Application at the link below per child they wish to enroll in the online digital academy.


For prospective applicants, it is important to know that a submission of an application does not guarantee enrollment into the program. Starting the week of July 26th, families will be contacted about their application status.

Students who begin the year on this option must remain on this platform for at least one semester and as long as the student remains in good standing, they may remain on the platform for the entire 2021-2022 school year. In order to be eligible for the Tiger Remote Learning Option, students should enroll in Circleville City Schools if not already a student in the district.

In the event you have any questions or we can be of further assistance, please feel free to reach out to us directly at 740-474-4340 to speak with Karen Bullock or email us at We look forward to this new academic offering to meet the needs of you and your Tiger learner this school year!

Applications for Circleville City Schools’ Tiger Remote Learning Option must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, July 15, 2021.

To assist families with any questions they may have, we have built a rolling FAQ page at the link below.

Remote Learning FAQ 2021-2022

Circleville City starts Tiger Field renovations at The Savings Bank Stadium

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This week, Circleville City Schools began taking up the current sod at The Savings Bank Stadium as a part of a summer long renovation project.

The project, which is scheduled to be completed by Tuesday, August 10th, will render the facility inaccessible to the public as contractors work to replace the field. The field replacement was a part of our 2017 facilities plan at the recommendation of our facilities committee made up of staff, coaches, and community members.

Back in 2020, due to uneven playing surfaces from different types of native grass and drainage issues resulting in poor grading, the district consulted with Horticulture and Crop Science Specialists at The Ohio State University to evaluate the state of our current field and identified a sod replacement as the next logical step in assuring student-athlete and marching band musician safety.

The funding for this project has been saved through the years and will not negatively impact our general fund dollars now, or in the future, continuing to maintain a strong fiscal position and keep our 10+ year streak alive of not requesting funding from our awesome community members. It has always been our goal to create a top tier playing surface for our students that is safe and aesthetically pleasing and I think Tiger fans will see that in the Fall when they come to watch our student athletes compete and perform

The field project, funded by long range planning, will not impact the district’s general fund account continuing what has become a streak of over 10 years of refraining from going back to our taxpayers to ask for funding.

Overseeing the project is Ryan DeMay, owner and principal of Field Source, LLC who will manage the removal of existing sod, procurement of new sod and preparation of soil, and installation of the new sod at the center of the project. Hickory Valley Sod of Lancaster will produce our new playing and marching band surface.

It has always been the District’s goal to create a top tier playing and performing surface for our students that is safe and aesthetically pleasing. It is our hope that students, parents, and Tiger fans will see just that upon project completion this fall.