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6/26/2020 Monroeville Local Schools Update

 

-     Huron County Public Health Department (HCPH) Update

-     Please reference the HCPH website that posts levels of concern by zip code weekly for Huron County.  (see link below) 

-      https://www.huroncohealth.com/coronavirus2019

-     Level Yellow:  Blended Learning Parent Survey

-     To help our Monroeville Local School Re-Opening Committee, please complete our 3 question survey.  Please complete one survey per family.  (see link below)

-      https://tinyurl.com/ParentSurveyYellow

      Please complete this survey by midnight on Tuesday, June 30th, 2020.

-     Virtual Learning Option Update

-     A virtual learning option will be made available to families that are choosing not to physically return their students to school this fall.  Details will be provided at a later date.

-     Full District Plan Release

-     Monroeville Local Schools will release our district re-opening plan the week of July 27th, 2020.   Read More >

6/19/2020 Monroeville Local Schools Update

6/19/2020 Monroeville Local Schools Update

 

As we prepare for our upcoming 2020-2021 academic school year, Monroeville Local Schools is working with a team of stakeholders that represent our administration, staff, Board of Education, and parents to work together in studying the recommendations set forth by the:

 

        Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

-       https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/schools.html

       Ohio Department of Health (ODH)

-       https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/covid-19/resources/public-health-orders/Public-Health-Orders

       Ohio Department of Education (ODE)

-       http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Student-Supports/Coronavirus

      Huron County Public Health Department (HCPH)

-       https://www.huroncohealth.com/coronavirus2019

 

We are then considering these recommendations to create plans that prepare us for any possible educational scenario that works to best meet the educational needs of Monroeville students while also protecting the health and safety of our staff and families.

 

2020-2021 Monroeville Local Schools Re-Opening Collaboration Team: 

Ralph Moore (Superintendent), Coral Smith (Director of Curriculum and Instruction), Jen Meyer (Director of Student Services), Adam Gerber (Technology Director), Jeremy Loose (Maintenance Director), Jim Kaczor (High School Principal), Bob Butler (Elementary Principal), Stephanie VanFleet (High School Teacher), Tylor Nestor (Junior High Teacher), Jamie Gehring (Elementary Teacher), Kelli Brumbaugh (Junior High Teacher), Jen Meagrow (Elementary Teacher), Betsy Ruggles (School Board President and Parent), Jenna Liptay (Parent)

 

The first goal of our team is to reopen our schools in the safest and healthiest environment for our staff and students.  In planning for possible scenarios, our team has structured the following (4) levels of response that our district will use to provide the safest environment and best possible education for our students:

 

GREEN

-     100%  in-school attendance in physical buildings and classrooms with recommendations for safety and health in place

YELLOW

-      A blend of in-school attendance and virtual (remote) learning in order to provide the safest environment and best possible educational scenario for our students

ORANGE

-     Majority of students in virtual (remote) learning with opportunities to bring in small groups of district-identified students on an as needed basis

RED

-      100% of students will be receiving daily lessons virtually (remotely). School buildings will be closed.

 

The factors that will be used to determine on which level we will start our 2020-2021 academic school year will depend on the recommendations provided by the CDC, ODH, ODE, and HCPH.  Currently, we plan to announce our level of re-opening by Friday, July 24th.

 

Our Monroeville Local Schools Re-Opening Collaboration Team will continue to work together to finalize details of the above plans and provide updates to our staff, students, families, and community.   Read More >

Athletics Re-Opening Protocols - Phase 2

Monroeville

Ohio Phase 2 Guidelines

(Governor DeWine)

 

First and foremost, as we move forward and begin to re-open our facilities to activity it is critical to keep in mind that COVID 19 is a life-threatening virus, there is no vaccine or treatment yet and it can result in death. Safety must be our first priority and on the forefront of our minds at all times.

Below are the updated protocols for athletic skills training from Monroeville Schools that must be followed precisely when structuring your work outs:

=       The determining factor in group size is the area that you are using. Groups inside and outside can consist more than 10 people but social distancing guidelines are still in place. For example, the MAC is big enough to have 30 athletes socially distancing but the weight room is not. Groups should not come into contact with other groups as they exit or enter the facility.

=       Coaches must take athletes temperature before they are allowed to enter the facility. Should their temperature exceed 100 degrees the athlete or coach should sent home. No coach or student may enter the facility prior to temperature check.

=       Coaches must continue to use Final Forms to record information before each practice. If the athlete or coach answers yes to the Contact with COVID-19 question they must be sent home immediately and not allowed to enter the facility.

=       https://ohsaaweb.blob.core.windows.net/files/SchoolResources/OHSAACOVIDMONITORING.docx

=       If a coach or player has participated in a club sport tournament out of state or in any hot spot within the state of Ohio, they should notify the athletic director or their coach immediately and a determination of the risk to return to training or practice will be made at that time. It is strongly recommended that those individuals self-quarantine for 14 days.

=       All practices, for all sports may resume as normal beginning June 22. All individuals NOT participating the drill or activity MUST maintain 6-foot social distancing at all times. Workstations should be spaced at least 6 ft apart both inside and outside.

=       There is still no congregating in any one area before, during or after the work out.

=       Coaches should wear face coverings when not participating in physical activity.

=       Athletes are not required to wear face coverings during physical activity but are encouraged to when not participating.

=       Equipment must be sanitized before, during and after use as much as reasonably possible. If Equipment must be shared proper sanitation should be performed between users.

=       There can be no sharing of water bottles, water stations, towels or other items. Athletes must bring their own water. The drinking fountain is off limits.

=       Upon arrival athletes should wash their hands with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds before touching any surfaces or working out.

=       Athletes need to come in the clothes they will be participating in. The locker rooms will be locked and no athletes will be allowed in. Immediately upon completion of the work out athletes must go directly home and shower.

=       A restroom will be open but only to one user at a time. Used restrooms are to be cleaned daily by custodial staff. Individuals must clean the restroom by wiping down surfaces they have touched (i.e. sink handles, doorknobs, light switches, towel dispensers, etc.), with a sanitizing wipe, after each use.

=       Athletes must travel alone or with a family member to and from practice. There should be no sharing of rides with other teammates.

=       SCRIMMAGES or COMPETITIONS may occur at this time BUT ONLY INTRA SQUAD. No teams or players from outside Monroeville are permitted in open gyms or for scrimmages.     Read More >

2020 Graduation Live Feed
Be sure to tune in to the 2020 Monroeville High School Graduation Live Feed by visiting the district's YouTube Channel. The parade is scheduled to start Sunday May 31st at 12:30 and the live feed will begin after the parade is complete. Follow the link below to be directed to the district YouTube Channel.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU6Kydo811Ykir0nS64l3UA?view_as=subscriber
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End of the Year Information
Please CLICK HERE to view information for end of the year information. If you would like to view a video explaining this information, please visit the district Facebook page.     Read More >

Monroeville Local Schools is excited to announce we will begin our Kindergarten Registration for the 2020-2021 school year. Due to current conditions, we will begin registration online. We ask that you please use this enrollment process, which will end on May 20, 2020.  Kindergarten parents may click here to begin the enrollment process. As a reminder your child must be five (5) years of age by August 1st.  The Screening part of this enrollment will be announced at later time when we have more guidance before the start of next school year. If you have questions about using online forms please contact Janet Gerber by email at [email protected]. Thank you for your time and support.  Be safe and stay well.   Read More >

4th Quarter Grading Plan
Hello families!  Our school board approved the attached 4th quarter grading plan for our students to address the unique needs during our virtual COVID-19 learning during our 4th quarter of the 2019-2020 academic school year.  Please review the attached plan (below) and reach out to us if you have any questions regarding our plan.  We've also released a video on Facebook and also will be sending it to your emails that explains this plan in more detail to help provide an explanation regarding our grading plan and mandatory assignment expectations.  
Imagination Library

 

Contact Kari Pisano at [email protected] for assistance.   Read More >


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