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“Eagle Excellence is being respectful, responsible, and ready to learn. We believe in a brighter tomorrow for each and every student.”

Colonel Crawford Local School Superintendent - Mr. Todd Martin

Mr. Martin serves as the district Homeless liason as well as one of the district officals responsible for responding to Public Records Requests.



1986 Graduate of Colonel Crawford High School

1990 Recieved BA in Education from Malone College in the area of Social Studies.

2006 Received Masters in Administration from the University of Ashland.

Mr. Martin is entering his 26th year in education and 11th as an administrator.  Prior to coming to Colonel Crawford in 2009, as principal, Mr. Martin served as assistant principal at Ontario High School.  From 2001-2006, Mr. Martin served as head boys' basketball coach at Bucyrus High School where he taught CBI, Social Studies, and Math. 

Mr. Martin and his wife, Heather, have 2 children that attend the Colonel Crawford Local Schools, Brody and Abby, and a recent graduate in 2015, Clay, who currently attends Akron University and is a member of the US Army Reserves.

Vision Statement:

We believe that all students are capable of learning at high levels of achievement.  It is our job to motivate students to become life-long learners.  Our school district and community are committed to high expectations and high standards.  It is vital that the district promote and support a structure for family and community involvement in the education system.  It is our desire to promote and maintain an environment that is conducive to learning.  We must expose our students to the latest technology to allow them to meet the challenges and high expectations of the 21st century.  In order for this vision to become a reality, we must engage all stakeholders: students, staff, parents, and community as a whole.


The Colonel Crawford Athletic Boosters raised funds for the construction of a new concession stand for the varsity/jv girls' softball field.  The athletic boosters also contributed the funds needed to renovate the high school gymnasium.  (ceilings and walls painted, gym floor sanded down to bare wood and re-painted) 

The roof on the North Building, old high school, was replaced with a 20 year warrantied Duro-Last rubber roof.  (Funds, under budget, from the OFCC building project will be used to reimbusre the general fund for this project)

AC has been added to the high school gymnasium.

The track has been re-surfaced and re-painted (This is recommened every 5 years)




For further details, contact Todd Martin at 419-562-6755 Ext. 44770

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