The Bulldog Blitz Podcast

by Yellow Springs Schools Communications Department

Welcome to the Bulldog Blitz Podcast at Yellow Springs Schools, an open-enrolled public school district in southwest Ohio. This podcast gives us the opportunity to spotlight our students and staff and share project-based learning, which is at the heart of our instructional approach. This authentic learning process allows our students to tackle the real-world issues our community faces and make an impact locally and globally. Th ...   ...  Read more

Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • Mills Lawn Extracurricular Program (MLEP)

    Mills Lawn Extracurricular Program (MLEP)

    Learn more about the opportunities our Mills Lawn Extracurricular Program offers our kindergarten through sixth-grade students.

  • Back-To-School for the 2023-24 School Year

    Back-To-School for the 2023-24 School Year

    While we are all eagerly awaiting the return of our Fearless Thinkers for a new school year, Superintendent Terri Holden, MLS Principal Megan Winston, MMS/YSHS Principal Jack Hatert, and Communications and PR Coordinator Corina Denny share important back-to-school highlights including upcoming events, Payschools Central and FinalForms accounts, meal and educational benefits, new STEAM opportunities, communication, and safety. Join us as we prepare to launch another exciting school year.

  • Season 1

  • Graduating Seniors Commit to Continue Their Athletic Careers in College

    Graduating Seniors Commit to Continue Their Athletic Careers in College

    Join us as we meet four senior Bulldog athletes who have committed to colleges/universities where they will continue their athletic and academic careers. They share their feedback as a student-athlete in Yellow Springs and how their experience has prepared them for the future.

  • The Physics of Racing Project

    The Physics of Racing Project

    Yellow Springs High School students share their engaging project called "The Physics of Racing." Check out the project details and field trip they took to gain deeper learning about physics. #AsAlwaysGoBulldogs

  • Sixth Grade Community Pantry Project

    Sixth Grade Community Pantry Project

    Mills Lawn Elementary sixth-grade students share their thoughts and experience with project-based learning (PBL). They explain their process in answering the driving question of "How do we address the issues of food insecurity in our community?" in a recent project. Join us as they bring their deeper learning to life.