Flyer Connection

Nonprofit organizations offering unique educational, intellectual, physical, and social opportunities within our community that wish  to have flyers posted on the district’s Flyer Connection must first submit an application, proof of nonprofit status and a PDF file of the flyer to the Communications Department by completing the online form or emailing [email protected]. Please see the Flyer Guidelines for requirements that must be met before any application will be considered.
 

Current Flyers

Columbus International Children's Choir

Columbus International Children’s Choir is now enrolling new members ages 4-18 of all skills levels. No experience is necessary. Singing in the choir can help your child develop ability to read and understand music, develop confidence to perform on stage, and make new friends.
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Columbus Music and Art Academy

Columbus Music and Art Academy offers art classes for children ages 5-18. Art classes teach children to draw and paint and appreciate art.
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Join Cub Scout Pack 417

The pack meets monthly outside or at UALC at Lytham Road. This is when families can see the achievements of their Cub Scout. Scouts also meet separately 1-2 times a month in their den (grade level).
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Flyer Guidelines

The Upper Arlington City School District recognizes the value in notifying families and students about unique educational, intellectual, physical, and social opportunities that happen within our community. While nothing requires a school district to allow organizations access to send material home with students, the Upper Arlington City School District has created a Flyer Connection on its website to offer this service. This service is not a public forum, and the Board of Education/designee reserves the right to refuse to include a flyer if it is not in the best interests of the school community or otherwise does not meet the Board’s requirements.
 

Additional Resources

The Stand Project is a community coalition committed to impacting youth substance misuse and standing by families in finding help.  Learn more by visiting TheStandProject.org. Stay informed by following The Stand Project on facebooktwitterinstagram or subscribing to our monthly newsletter.
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