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FAQ – Updated 3/18/2020
How do I contact my child’s teacher during remote learning? 
You may contact your student’s teacher via email. You can find your teacher’s email address at the district website.  Here is a link where you can find teacher and principal email addresses:   

When will teachers be available during remote learning?
Teachers will be available during the normal school day Monday through Friday.

How do I contact the Principal if I have a question about remote learning?
Please work with your child’s teacher first to resolve any questions. If this is unsuccessful, please email the building principal at your student’s school if you have an issue with remote learning. 

Why does it seem like remote learning expectations may be different by school or teacher?
As we transition to remote learning, each classroom’s environment and the teacher’s approach is unique. Our district’s Curriculum and Technology Departments are working to provide resources to all of our teachers to provide support in this extraordinary circumstance.

How can I access a building to retrieve materials?
To allow time for our staff to thoroughly clean the classrooms and building, the schools will not be open. If you need something from the school, please email the building principal.

Will we add school days in the summer?
It is possible that days will be added at the end of the school year. We expect that Governor Dewine and the Ohio Department of Education will advise Ohio school districts on this possibility.

How might this impact my child’s graduation status based on the requirements needed?
Our teachers will continue to provide instruction for students to meet graduation requirements. The Ohio Department of Education is aware of the challenges and ramifications in meeting the requirements and will provide additional information in the future.

Will we have state testing?
At this time, no state testing will take place during the closure period. The Ohio Department of Education will take appropriate action to adjust the state’s testing schedule (both in terms of administration and reporting) to accommodate the three-week closure. The intention is to be as flexible as possible. The State Department of Education will be asking the U.S. Department of Education for the maximum flexibility in accommodating the current circumstances. 

How will this closure impact Advanced Placement testing?
The Advanced Placement Program is developing resources to help schools support student learning during extended closures, as well as a solution that would allow students to test at home, depending on the situation in May. Additional information will be posted later.

Will we have spring sports?
Currently, spring sports have been suspended during the extended day closure period and all athletic facilities are closed. Once schools are allowed to reopen we will determine how we will respond to spring sports in conjunction with the Governor’s Office, the Ohio High School Athletics Association, and our Athletic Conference. 

Is it true school may not reopen this year?
Currently, we know that school is not expected to reopen until April 6. We are not aware of any change to that schedule although the Governor has made it clear that the time could be extended.
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