Below are links to community flyers that may be of interest to Miamisburg City Schools students and parents. Miamisburg City Schools does not endorse or promote the following events, activities or groups, but merely wishes to make the information available as a service to our parents, students and community. Approval of all flyers is at the discretion of the Miamisburg City School District.

Have an event or program you would like to advertise to the Miamisburg City Schools community? E-mail your request and a copy of your flyer in PDF format (only) to Brenda Hibberd at

Sinclair College - Science, Math & Engineering Open House Saturday, March 16

Dayton Boat Club Novice and Middle School Rowing Information

Rookie Rugby Cincinnati - Spring 2024

DOR-WOOD Optimist Club Presents Tri-State Pass, Shoot & Dribble Contest

Triple P February 2024 Events

February Is National Children's Dental Health Month

Classroom Antics STEAM Camps July 15-19 for kids 7-14 Years Old

Alpha Flag Football Camp March 6 & 7, 2024

Flag Football Fanatics Registration Info
Flag Football Fanatics Turkey Bowl 2022

YMCA 2023-2024 Child Care Program Calendar

A Parent's Guide to Choosing the Best Sports Gear for Kids


When and How to Seek Mental Health Support for your Child or Teen and other free webinars for parents

Cerebral Palsy Guide

Birth Injury Center has a mission to assist anyone who has been affected by a birth injury. This website is a compilation of information around the different types of injuries. Resources are offered to assist these families, and they will continuously be adding more. Cerebral Palsy is the most common motor disability for children and it affects 1 in every 345 kids. That's why we have information and resources specifically for those with CP and their families.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab, Treatment & Recovery Resources in Ohio

Ohio's 529 Savings for College Made Simple

Dayton Region - Montgomery County Community Resources

Mesothelioma Hope

Vaping Prevention Information

Students and Vaping


The following schools receive Title I funding: Bauer, Bear, Jane Chance, Kinder, and Mark Twain Elementary Schools. Federal law requires us to remind parents that you may request information regarding the professional qualifications of your child's classroom teachers including whether the teacher has met state qualification and licensing criteria for the grade level and subject areas taught, whether the teacher is teaching under emergency or temporary status in which State qualifications or licensing criteria are waived,  the teacher's baccalaureate degree major, graduate certification, and field of discipline; and whether the student is provided services by paraprofessionals, and if so, their qualifications.  

Amy Dobson
Director of Elementary Education
PH: (937) 866-3381 X 3013