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10/23/20 District Update

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Virtual Book Fair
Here is the link for our school virtual book fair that will be October 26th - November 8th 

10/23/20 Update
Click the link below to review our 10/23/2020 District Update



Parent-Teacher Conference Sign Ups
Please sign up for Parent-Teacher Conferences! Openings are available on October 28th and November 4th. Be sure to follow the appropriate link for your student(s) to select a time.

October 28th
ELEMENTARY - Follow this link: https://signup.com/go/XmKHCzH
JR. HIGH - Follow this link: https://signup.com/go/EmRTXzv
HIGH SCHOOL - Follow this link: https://signup.com/go/nObMSNo


November 4th
ELEMENTARY - Follow this link: https://signup.com/go/QRkrKJj
JR. HIGH - Follow this link: https://signup.com/go/MDtJgTa
HIGH SCHOOL - Follow this link: https://signup.com/go/UxqBWtS
10/9/20 Update
Click the link below to review our 10/9/2020 District Update

Positive Covid-19 Test Update 10/9/2020
Yesterday, Huron County Public Health began making calls to parents of students who were identified as close contacts of the positive COVID-19 case to inform them that they will be under quarantine, but due to an emergency situation, they were unable to make calls to all families involved.  Late last night I sent emails to all families involved through Final Forms. I am asking that all parents of Monroeville High School students check their emails this morning to see if their child is one of the affected students.  If you received an email you will be contacted by Huron County Public Health later today with more details regarding your child’s quarantine. If you have received this email do not send your student to school.  If you have questions, please call the high school office after 7 am.  Thank you! 
9/25/20 District Update
Click the link below to review our 9/25/2020 District Update

District COVID-19 Dashboard
Please visit our District COVID-19 Dashboard to review available resources, a positive case plan of action as well as our District Reopening Plan.

Covid-19 Flow Chart Protocol

CLICK HERE to view the Covid-19 Flow Chart

Link for COVID-19 Information Huron Co. Public Health Dept.
9/11/2020 District Update
Click the link below to review our 9/11/2020 District Update


Monroeville School District COVID-19 Positive Test Update
The district has been contacted by the Huron Co. Health Commissioner indicating they have concluded the necessary investigation of the Positive Test clearing us to continue our normal district operations without concern.

Please continue to follow all of the Health Guidelines in place while continuing to monitor your students and family closely. Thank you all for your assistance as we work together to deal with COVID-19 in keeping our schools open and families safe!
2020-2021 MONROEVILLE SCHOOLS CALAMITY DAY PROCEDURE
Starting the week of September 7th Monroeville Schools will announce a Level Red for the district if the following weather conditions exist. Athletic and special event cancellations would be announced by 1pm each day the district is on Level Red. 
 
  • Dangerous Heat Index of 100 or more (EHOVE Bus will transport if EHOVE is in session)
  • Wind Chill of -17 or more 
  • Dense Fog 
  • Snow/Ice 
 
Students are reminded to take their Chromebooks home each night beginning the week of Sept. 7th
If there is a need to cancel school before Sept. 7th it will be a district cancellation with no virtual instruction provided by Monroeville teaching staff.
Attendance Policies and Fan Requirements
Governor Dewine has determined schools may only fill stadiums and gymnasiums to 15% of their capacity. As a result the following will be the Firelands Conference Policy with regards to tickets to events.
 
  1. Tickets
Each athlete’s family will have the opportunity to purchase up to 4 tickets for home games. For away games each family will be allowed up to 2 tickets. 
  1. Tickets will be pre-sold only. 
  2. Students will be able to purchase those tickets on game day, or Friday for a Saturday contest, at lunch. 
  3. Tickets for varsity events will be $6 and JH events $5. There will be no passes or student tickets available. 
  4. Cash or checks will be accepted for payment and should be sent with students to school. 
  5. Adults, WILL NOT, be able to come to the building to buy pre-sale tickets.
  6. Lost tickets CANNOT be replaced. 
  7. No tickets will be sold at the facility on game night to home fans. 
  8. At Marsh Field the Concession Stand gate, south end of the field, will be for home fans only. The entrance near the parking lot will be for visiting fans only. 
  9. The MAC will only have one entrance for both home and visitors and it will be the main doors. 
 
  1. At The Game
  1. Before any fan attends a game, we ask that you take your temperature and check your symptoms. If you have a fever or are experiencing any of the COVID symptoms or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID, DON’T ATTEND THE GAME. 
  2. The gates will open 45 minutes before each football game and 30 minutes before all other contests. 
  3. Masks are required by the Governor for all indoor and outdoor contests and must be worn for the duration of the event. No one will be admitted without a mask.
  4. Social Distancing will be required at all times. Seats will be marked and lines will be placed on sidewalk and concession areas. Fans must keep their distance while walking to and from those areas. 
  5. There will be no Re-entry to contests. If you leave the game for any reason you will not be allowed back into the facility.
  6. No congregating will be allowed. When the game is over, fans will need to exit the facility immediately. 

 
For away games, vouchers will be given to athletes by their coach the day before the contest. Those vouchers should be taken to the away school and given to the ticket office to let them know to sell the holder a ticket. Lost vouchers CANNOT be replaced.
 
 
 
Virtual Open House
Click HERE to visit our Virtual Open House


8/21/2020 Monroeville Schools Update
Please follow the link Below to view Monroeville Local School's 8/21/2020 Weekly Reopening Update

2020-2021 Bus Routes
2020-2021 estimated route times are available on the District's Transportation webpage, or by clicking HERE.

Please review our estimated routes with the understanding that these are estimated times. We ask that riders are ready early for the bus during the first few weeks. If you do not see your child's pick-up or drop-off address it is important to contact the Transportation Supervisor, Adam Gerber. EHOVE students who need morning transportation are required to continue meeting at the Bus Garage at 7:30am. Route times are longer than last year due to one less bus route caused by a shortage of Bus Drivers.

We appreciate your patience and please contact Adam Gerber with any questions.
District Provided Transportation
If your child has any transportation needs, please follow the appropriate directions below: 
 
Monroeville Public School - If your student attends Monroeville High School or Elementary, parents/guardians are responsible for filling out and/or updating the Transportation Form within FinalForms by August 20th. A link to FinalForms is below:
 
EHOVE - If your student attends EHOVE, parents/guardians are responsible for filling out and/or updating the Transportation Form within FinalForms by August 20th. A link to FinalForms is below:
 
* All EHOVE bus riders are required to meet at the bus garage for morning transportation.
 
 
St. Joesph's - If your student attends St. Joesph's, parents/guardians are responsible for filling out the St. Joe's Transportation Requirements form located below and on the Transportation webpage by August 20th.
 

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