Please read through the entire information below as it contains important information in regards to the extended school closure.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
For the latest information on COVID-19: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
CDC Recommendations to prevent the spread of COVID-19, influenza, and other illnesses:
Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds several times daily
Cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneeze into a tissue or your sleeve or elbow
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
Practice Social Distancing - reduce your contact with others and large groups
Stay home when you are sick. You should self-quarantine and contact your doctor.
If you need to visit a doctor or other healthcare professionals, please contact them by phone so they can take adequate measures
Information from the Cleveland Clinic
Clevelandclinic.org/coronavirus includes information on the virus, prevention, travel, and frequently asked questions. We encourage you to follow us on social media for updates:
Meals for Students
The safety and well being of our community’s students is our highest priority during this extended school closure. To ensure Euclid’s children are well-fed during this time, the school district, along with many volunteers, will be preparing and distributing meals for every child 18 and younger beginning Monday, March 23.
Click to download more information. https://bit.ly/3b9JhDf
District Facilities & Extra Curricular Activities
All district buildings and facilities, including outside facilities, are currently closed.
School leaders have been directed not to make any exceptions, including simple access.
All school events, travel, and extra-curricular athletics and clubs are suspended until further direction from the Governor, the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio High School Athletic Association
Any request for access is to be directed to Pat Higley [email protected]
Third Quarter Grades
Grades will be posted by Friday, March 27
At-Home Learning and Teacher Support
Teachers will be working from home throughout the closure. Part of their workday is to provide students with academic guidance and feedback for at-home student learning options.
While it is impossible to replicate learning at school our focus is to provide productive lessons, resources, assignments that keep students active and learning throughout the extended closure.
Learning materials for PK through grade 7 can be found at
Since the extended closure has the possibility of extending past April 3, we will provide more at-home learning around that time.
- Students in grades 8 through 12 can access their assignments through Schoology, beginning Wednesday, March 25th.
- If you have technical problems with your district-issued Chromebook (problems charging, etc.), please email [email protected].
Free Internet from Spectrum
Free Internet Offer: Charter Communcations will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll, call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households. Please note: Free internet is being offered but may not be available to all areas.
Another option: Some cell phone carriers allow you to use your phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot. Please contact your cell phone provider for more details.
Families with Students with Disabilities
Instructional packets with a list of online resources will be forthcoming for students in grades spanning PK-8. For students with more significant needs (i.e., single classroom settings), Intervention Specialists, Speech and language Therapists and Occupational Therapists are creating academic/functional activities, daily routine schedules, and providing information on online resources as well. Additionally, parents may receive phone calls from the teacher with more individualized information.
The vast majority of EHS classes are online through Schoology and other online resources. For classrooms that do not regularly use these instructional platforms, instructional packets will be distributed.
Families with students who attend out of district placements via Euclid City Schools
Please look for direct communication from the programs as they are preparing similar educational packets and digital academic resources for our Euclid students. Please contact Gina Rashad at [email protected], Sherrell Benton or Tajuana Hunnicutt for further questions and/or concerns.
All IEP, ETR and Section 504 meetings will be held via phone conference or video conferencing. Your assigned Intervention Specialist or 504 chair will be in communication with parents to schedule the meetings as standard practice. Once the meetings are scheduled, a Google Invitation will be sent that will have the phone conference number or video conference link. Draft copies of the document will be sent home to families via email. If there are questions, feel free to contact your Intervention Specialist or Building Principal.
The District Nurse Alisabeth Langer, RN can be reached via email at [email protected] during school hours. All questions/concerns related to families needing access to medication in your school’s clinic should be sent to Sherrell Benton at [email protected] for Grades PK-5 and Tajuana Hunnicutt at [email protected] for Grades 6-12.
All Guidance Counselors and Family Liaisons are available via email during business hours. Please find a Social Services Reference Guide with additional resources found here.
The registration department will re-open once the school buildings are able to open. Registrations for the 19-20 school year can be completed online by visiting our online registration section, however the appointment calendar will remain closed while the school buildings are closed. If you have further questions, feel free to contact Gina Rashad at [email protected].
General District Information
Central Office & Building Administrators
All central office and building level leaders will work from home through at least April 3rd. So please use their voicemail and/or email to communicate.
The continuation of the work will be based on whether or not the construction team can maintain proper personnel. There is a concern with staffing. This will be a decision made by the state and the construction team. If our staff members are not coming into contact with the construction group, we will defer to the OFCC, the local unions and construction management staff to make that determination.
Issue 27 and Voting
The election has been postponed. Once the State of Ohio and Board of Elections provides clarity, Citizens for Euclid Schools will provide our next steps.