Superintendent Matt Geha and Treasurer Ryan Lockwood host community gatherings to meet informally with resident to listen to ideas and concerns, discuss school finances, and create partnerships that can enrich the education provided to each student.
The Springfield Local School (SLS) District was established in 1881 (to read more about the district's rich history, click on the "History" link on this site. It is now the 117th largest (of 613 city, local, and exempted village) public school district in the state of Ohio.
SLS is located in Lucas County in northwestern Ohio, approximately 72-miles east of the Ohio-Indiana border and within five miles of the Ohio-Michigan border. The total service area is approximately 25-square miles (to view a map of district boundaries, please select "Directions" from the menu on the left of this page).
SLS provides education to approximately 4,000 students beginning in pre-kindergarten classrooms and continuing through Grade 12 - living in the Village of Holland, those residing in Springfield Township, and students growing-up in several neighborhoods within Maumee, Monclova Township, and south Toledo (encompassing the zip codes of 43528 and parts of 43537, 43542, 43614, 43615, and 43617).
Those interested in the demographics of our diverse community will be interested to learn that:
Springfield Township residents: 26,085 (Median Age 37.8 years)
Village of Holland resident 1,764
Total District 27,849
Per Pupil Expenditure $ 10,177
Average Adjusted Gross Income $ 60,417
Median Home Value-Village $148, 700
2018 Average Sale Price-Home $200,000