Euclid City Schools buidings are closed through the remainder of the school year in compliance with Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's order related to the Coronavirus. Students are asked to complete learning at home during this period.
All district buildings and facilities, including outside facilities, are currently closed. 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 at [email protected]
Extended Closure Resources
Please use this website section as a resource during our extended school closure. Click on the following categories to find the information that you need.
To help facilitate more efficient communication between teachers and students, we will be enabling student email accounts for students in grades 6-12, beginning Monday April 6. Click the link above to learn more.
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]
Please contact via email Sherell Benton (PK-5) at [email protected]
or Tajuana Hunnicutt (6-12) at [email protected]
for any questions related to Special Education Services, Section 504 Plans, children in foster-care, families in transition, health services or registration.
Family liaisons and guidance counselors are available via email during school hours. 24/7 Community Mental Health Resources are listed in the column to the right.
We have considered options with regard to Commencement given Gov. Mike DeWine's orders prohibiting mass gatherings. While we are prevented from holding a traditional ceremony, we are working on a framework for an alternative commencement ceremony. The alternative will be a combination of a virtual ceremony and an opportunity to walk the stage in-person in an intimate and memorable setting that wil still maintain the protocols of social distancing. The alternative ceremony will be held in the later part of June - with the date still to be determined. We will share the date and procedures once we have them approved by the Cuyahoga County Board of Health.
Due to the continued school closure mandate from the Governor, we are currently only accepting credit card payments for student fees. Payments can be made in the following methods:
- You may log into Infinite Campus and pay your student's outstanding fees through the Online Portal. Please be aware there is a minor convenience fee associated with this method to cover the costs of online merchant fees OR
- You may pay your student's outstanding fees over the phone at 216-797-7873 or contact Kathy Mowery at [email protected]
to leave your contact information and she will follow up with a phone call as soon as possible.
Thank you in advance for your understanding.
Links to these resources are being provided to help you and your family over this period of uncertainty.
NAMI COVID-19 Resource Guide
The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill has released a resource guide
to help families during the pandemic.
Phone lines that offer support
You may call either of these numbers if you would like to talk to someone about feeling stressed, anxious or overwhelmed.
Cuyahoga County Warm Line 440-886-5950 (staffed by trained community members)
SAMSHA Disaster Distress Helpline 800-985-5990 (800-846-8517 TTY) (staffed by mental health professionals)
Frontline Mobile Crisis Team 216-623-6888 (Call this number if you or someone you know is experiencing an emotional or behavioral health crisis, especially if the person’s safety or the safety of others is in danger.)
Supporting Your Child's Health and Well-Being
ParenTeen Connect is a website that provides videos that show strategies to deal with some of the social, emotional and behavioral issues that families of middle schoolers face. https://www.parenteenconnect.org/