As confirmed COVID-19 cases in the county and state have risen over the past month, the possibility of our district moving to remote instruction as a result of the state’s Public Health Advisory System becomes more likely. If Medina county were to move to level 3 (red), and we were to be in “high incidence” (100+ confirmed cases per 100k population over a two week period), our district would move to remote instruction. Consequently, our students would need to have chromebooks, laptops, or compatible computers at home to participate in remote instruction. To make this process as efficient for K-5 parents as possible, we would like to send chromebooks home with K-5 students if parents give permission in advance. To effectively give permission for chromebooks to come home with students, parents need to complete the linked form below once for each child AND complete the Technology Agreement through the Back to School Portal (if you have not already done so).
The next update to the Ohio Public Health Advisory System will be this Thursday, October 29th, at 2:00. If you want your child to bring home a chromebook in the event that this next update moves the district into remote instruction, then you need to complete the permission form below for each of your children before Thursday.