Euclid City Schools will remain virtual through October 16

On July 30, the Cuyahoga County Board of Health recommended that schools return remotely for the Fall, citing increasing cases and COVID-19 positivity rates here in our county.  Our Board, teachers, and administrators have worked tirelessly over the summer to prepare a hybrid-return plan that addresses our student and family needs.  However, with the Board of Health issuing the recommendation, our Euclid Schools have altered plans and all students will learn at-home in a virtual environment for at least the first marking period - through October 16th. 

Our quality career-tech education will continue in-person, and schedules have been shared with students and families participating in those programs. 

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Volume 11, Issue 9, Posted 4:04 PM, 09.03.2020