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The first day of school for Brown Local Schools students and faculty is fast approaching on August 17, 2022.

Open House and Back to School Bash for the 2022-23 school year will be on Monday, August 15th, from 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM. Please come and meet your teachers, pick up elementary car passes if needed, meet your bus driver, and drop off your school supplies. We will have school supplies, backpacks, fun activities, food, and many community resources available for families. 

Watch your mail for our Brown Local Newsletter, which includes the detailed beginning of the year information. You can visit our website at or our “Hornet Pride” and “Malvern Elementary School” Facebook pages for updates.

New student enrollment for all students entering the Brown Local School District will occur in the offices of Malvern Elementary (door A5), Malvern Middle School, and Malvern High School (door A4). Offices will be open 8 a.m.-3 p.m. (closed noon-1 p.m. for lunch).

Parents/Guardians should bring their child's birth certificate, social security card, immunization record, custody papers, a copy of the last report card, two documents showing proof of residency (i.e., utility bill), and a picture identification for the office to copy.

Malvern Elementary

By appointment, KRA for first-year kindergarten students will take place Wednesday, August 17, 2022. Kindergarten students will be assigned staggered start dates of either Thursday, August 18th, or Friday, August 19th. All kindergarten students will come together on Monday, August 22nd.

Elementary school students in grades 1-5 will begin school Wednesday, August 17, 2022.

Elementary students from cars should enter from Coral Rd. and follow the drive to the back of the building. Students must exit their vehicle at the crosswalk and walk to door C2. Drivers should exit the parking lot after dropping off children; drivers should not park in the driveway. Monitors will be out back at 8:10 AM. Doors will lock at 8:25 AM. After 8:25 AM, the student must be signed in tardy at the elementary office at door A5.

No elementary students should be dropped off or picked up in the front of the building unless they are signed in late or signed out early. All yellow curbs must be clear in case of an emergency. Please park in a visitor parking spot.

Elementary students riding home in cars will be dismissed at 3:10 PM to the back of the building at door C2. Elementary students picked up as car riders at the end of the day require car passes issued in the elementary office. Parents should visit the office before the first day of school to receive a pass for their car rider. Each student will receive a student car rider identification card with an ID number.

Malvern Elementary School hours: Doors to the school will open at 8:10 a.m. The tardy bell rings at 8:25 a.m. Bus riders are dismissed at 3:15 p.m. Car riders are dismissed at 3:10 p.m.

Breakfast is free for all students. Lunches are no longer free for the 2022-2023 school year as the federal lunch waivers we have experienced the past two school years have expired. Please apply for free or reduced lunch costs through our Brown Local Schools Nutrition Website. Elementary student lunches cost $2.35 this school year, and extra milk is $0.55.

Homeroom lists for Malvern Elementary School students will be posted on doors A2 by the end of the day on Friday, August 12th.

School supply lists for Malvern Elementary students are listed on the school website at

Malvern Middle and High School

Sixth-grade orientation will be held on the first day of school on Wednesday, August 17. Parents can request an individual orientation by appointment by contacting Principal Tim Babiczuk. 

The first day of school for middle and high school will be Wednesday, August 17.

Class lists for homerooms will be posted for grades 6-12 by Friday, August 12th. School supply lists for middle school and high school students will also be posted and are now ready on the school website at

Breakfast is free for all students. Lunches are no longer free for the 2022-2023 school year as the federal lunch waivers we have experienced the past two school years have expired. Please apply for free or reduced lunch costs through our Brown Local Schools Nutrition Website. Middle School student lunches cost $2.50, High School lunches $2.75, and extra milk is $0.55.

Malvern Middle -School and Malvern High-School students begin classes at 7:35 a.m. Students may enter the building for breakfast at 7:05 a.m. Breakfast is served until 7:30 a.m. School is dismissed at 2:25 p.m.

The buses drop off and pick up students in front of the building. Parents and guardians who are bringing their children to school should therefore drop off or pick up their children in front of the building using the car lane. For the safety of all children, parents and guardians are asked not to drop off or pick up students in the back of the school building because high-school student drivers are arriving and leaving from that area simultaneously.

Parking permits for high school students driving to school will be sold beginning Monday, August 8th, for $15 each. The student will need a signed permission form, payment, driver's license, and proof of insurance to receive a parking permit.

For more information, call the Malvern Middle School and High School office at 330-863-1355.

Superintendent’s Update:

July 29, 2022

Dear Brown Local School Community,


“It is a Great Day to be a Malvern Hornet!”


I could not be more excited about the future of Brown Local Schools. Brown Local Schools is a special place, with students,  staff, and a community who take great pride in our school district and rich traditions. Brown Local Schools strives to provide an excellent educational experience and tremendous support systems for all students. I am proud to be the leader of Brown Local Schools, and there’s no place else I’d rather be!


 During the 2022-2023 school year, our school district will focus on implementing our improved district mission and vision. Our goal is to personalize education for all students and families while meeting the whole child's needs. 

Vision: One family taking pride in all we do.

Mission: Brown Local Schools partners with the community and families to develop the whole child for lifelong success.

  • Healthy

  • Safe

  • Engaged

  • Supported

  • Challenged

We will work diligently daily to educate the whole child, focusing on student safety, academics, extracurricular opportunities, and social-emotional growth. Our student-first mindset will drive every decision we make. 

 On behalf of our Board of Education, our Administrative Team, and all our staff, thank you for choosing Brown Local Schools!

Yours in Education,

Mark Scott

Superintendent, Brown Local Schools