We have made some adjustments to our second-semester schedule due to the extension of the stay-at-home Health Advisory in Cuyahoga County. The advisory recommends school districts to continue virtual-learning through Jan. 15 to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
We anticipate returning to in-person/hybrid learning after Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Tuesday, Jan. 19. Here is the cohort schedule:
Monday, Jan. 18 - No School - MLK Day
Tuesday, Jan. 19 - Gold cohort
Wednesday, Jan. 20 - Virtual Learning & Support Day
Thursday, Jan. 21 - Blue cohort
Friday, Jan. 22 - Gold cohort
Beginning the week of January 25, the Blue cohort will attend school on Monday and Thursday and the Gold cohort will attend school on Tuesday and Friday. Wednesday will be a virtual learning and support day for all students.
To read more about our second-semester changes, click here. As we return to school, please have your child(ren) watch these helpful safety videos and review our in-person learning plan.
Chardon Hills student publishes a book!
Chardon Hills student Bradley Crenshaw took initiative and published a book during the pandemic! The book is titled “Do You Know What I Am?" This young author started writing at the age of six with bedtime stories for his brothers. Now at 8 years old, he shares his writings with us all! The book is illustrated by 14-year-old Louis Jones. Louis loves to draw and wants to make a career out of illustrating. To purchase a copy of this book, click here.
Career Tech Spotlight - Urban Agriculture
Now is the perfect time for high school underclassmen to start exploring our Career Technical Education (CTE) programs for their junior and senior years. We encourage our students to research and explore our programs to see what they have to offer and if the program fits their interests. Our CTE programs prepare our students to be career-ready after graduation while earning college credits transferable to most colleges and universities.
Check out our Urban Agriculture program that is taught by Dr. Joshua Stephens. This program teaches students how to manage and work in the ever-growing field of urban agriculture where they will learn business leadership, communication skills, and entrepreneurship abilities. In this program, students are responsible for cultivating and growing food, interacting with customers, and taking care of our very own goats, chickens, and rabbits.
School Board Recognition
January is School Board Recognition Month! Euclid Schools will recognize our hard-working board members while highlighting the important roles they play, not only in our schools but within our community. This year’s theme is “Building the Future of Public Education''. Be on the lookout for special recognition content throughout the month. To find more about our board members, click here.
Don't Forget About Tutor.com
Euclid Public Library is delighted to be able to provide Tutor.com services to our patrons!
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Tutors are available in various subjects and test prep areas from 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM, seven days a week. Visit euclidlibrary.org/tutoring to get started today!
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