Dozens of parents and Olmsted Falls students came out to make their voices heard on Thursday. They want their kids back in the classroom full time, but it looks like they will not be getting what they want. Some parents are so frustrated they say they plan on putting their kids in private school.
A Brunswick company, M-Line, has used its expertise in plastic and lightweight but durable packaging and produced "Safe Booth," a three-side partition to keep students and teachers safer in the classroom
After receiving our questions on how to keep students safe, the Fire Marshal’s office put out guidance on how to carry out a drill, recognizing that it “may not be possible to maintain social distancing during all portions of a safety drill.”
An online petition has gained over 800 signatures from parents and guardians calling to open Rocky River Schools in the Fall. The school board met Wednesday night and couldn’t come to an agreement on how to reopen schools in a few weeks.
The same day the Erie County Health Department sent out recommendations that all schools in the county learn remotely for the first nine weeks, Vermilion Local Schools announced it would follow their guidelines.
Public schools in Lakewood, Parma, Shaker Heights, Westlake and elsewhere have canceled fall sports and in-person classes, after the Cuyahoga County Board of Health urged school systems to do so last week.
The Cuyahoga County Board of Health announcement rippled through Northeast Ohio on Thursday, when medical officials urged school districts to suspend all extracurriculars and switch to remote-only learning.
The Parma City School District announced the suspension of all school functions, hours after the Cuyahoga County Board of Health recommended that education leaders cancel in-person extracurriculars and switch to virtual-only learning,
The Cuyahoga County Board of Health said Thursday that local schools should switch to fully virtual classroom environments to begin the year due to elevated risks posed by the resurgent coronavirus pandemic.
The program provides a safe and supportive environment for children to do their schoolwork virtually, do “non-screen” STEM-related activities, and meet new friends so they can continue to experience the emotional and social growth that comes with each new school year.
As the fall sports season is quickly approaching, the OSHAA released their list of general Return to Play Recommendations for COVID-19, recommendations for individual sports, and the Acknowledgement and Pledge student-athletes will be given to sign in order to play in the pandemic.