Andreas Johansson, Director of Operations at Streetsboro City Schools, demonstrates best practices around using and applying a standard 3-ply mask to a middle school student.
Portage County Health District has published a decision tree for dealing with COVID-19 related issues.
Streetsboro City Schools today announced its 2020-2021 program year policy free and reduced price meals for students unable to pay the full price of meals served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast program. Each school office and the central office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party.
I hope this message finds you well and getting ready for what is sure to be a great school year, one like no other! This message contains many pertinent details regarding the opening of school and athletics. Please take time to read through this message as well as viewing the updated Restart Plan available online.
A graphic (picture) description of how COVID-19 compares to other common conditions like the cold, allergies, etc.
Mike Daulbaugh, Superintendent of Streetsboro Schools, and Andreas Johansson, Director of Operations, discuss what bus transportation will be like, how seating charts will work, and how staff will work to monitor the condition of students throughout the building.
Mike Daulbaugh, Superintendent of Streetsboro Schools, and Andreas Johansson, Director of Operations, discuss how the various COVID color designations in Portage County may impact the schools, and what to expect.
“We’re thrilled to be launching off in the Rockets’ universe and are excited to provide nutritious meals to all students–no matter how the return to school may look,” said Jessica Anzelone, Managing Director of The Nutrition Group, “creating a safe and healthy atmosphere with the highest quality food service has always been our top priority, and we’re so elated to welcome students back!
There’s truly no one-size-fits-all solution for how families will transition back-to-school this year. With the many changes and questions COVID-19 has created the past several months, parents may feel overwhelmed with the task of learning and interpreting ever-changing information, guidelines and mandates to keep their families safe.
Masks are an additional step to help slow the spread of COVID-19 when combined with every day preventive actions and social distancing in public settings.