Update from the Superintendent:
March 31, 2020
Crestline Schools Pandemic Plan for Families – April 6-May 1, 2020
Governor DeWine closed school until May 1, we will continue with instruction via distance learning/online learning delivery methods. All new information will be shared via social media and on the district website.
Collecting School Work from Initial Closure
Paper copies of assigned work need to be dropped off on Monday April 6. There will be a secondary and elementary drop-off area located by the exterior entrances of those buildings. If your students were using digital tools for this classwork, the due date on these assignments is April 6 as well. Please return the completed school work in a large envelope or gallon bag that is clearly marked with the students’ name. There will be boxes marked by grade level and you will simply drop those materials in the appropriate box. Those will be available starting at 8:00 AM
For students without a device at home, the current plan is we will be distributing chromebooks to students on Monday April 6. We are also attempting to put together a plan to turn our school parking lots into wifi hotspots for families who have a device but no internet access. Also, the Crestline Public Library parking lot is set up as a WiFi hotspot already. We will plan to collect these devices on May 4 or the first week of June if we do not return to school this year. I will be sending out a survey for parents who need a device that will need to be completed before we distribute a device to your student. (You can also click on the previous sentence). This is a different form than what I posted to Facebook on March 30, 2020.
Grades PK, K, 1
Although I would like to see as much online and distance learning take place across all grade levels, teachers in grades PK, K, 1 will still have the option of creating paper-based packets. Parents will be able to pick up the new packet when dropping off the previous work on Monday April 6. This will take place at the east entrance sidewalk by the playground. Your Pre-School, Kindergarten, 1st grade teacher will communicate more specific details about picking up materials prior to April 6. Some other courses will also be using some other materials to support distance learning. Those teachers will reach out via email, Class Dojo, Remind, or phone to schedule a pick up.
Parents of students in grades 6-12 can now view 3rd nine week report cards using your access to ProgressBook for your child. Hard copies of elementary grade level report cards can be picked up or sent home beginning Monday April 6.
For the parents of students in the Senior Class of 2020. We are scheduled to return to school May 4. If we return on that date, the graduation ceremony scheduled for May 29, 2020 will not be changed, as long as we are able to have large gatherings. If those conditions change, we will communicate a postponement date and time. It is my intent to hold a ceremony for our Senior class.
As for Prom, I have not cancelled it. Tentatively, we are looking to hold Prom on Saturday May 23, if we return to school May 4. If school is cancelled for the remainder of the year, we will communicate a plan to either cancel prom or postpone it into Summer, if we can gather in large groups.
Also, a reminder to seniors to continue to follow up with scholarship opportunities. If deadlines are coming up or if you have not heard from scholarship providers, please be proactive in gathering information. Feel free to communicate with Mrs. Miller for more information.
As always, please stay safe and healthy. We miss our students and families and hope to be together again soon.
- A survey was sent out to determine the breakfast and lunch needs of students. Using that information, we have put into place the following plan.
- Meals will be brown bag, grab and go and can be picked up at the following location and times:
Crestline PK-12 Building, Oldfield Rd entrance: 11:00 – 1:00 PM and 3:00-4:00 PM.
(Enter the driveway off of Oldfield Rd and exit to Coyer Rd.)
Please reach out to Mr. Henderson if you have questions or concerns. He can be reached at email@example.com or by phone at 419 683-3647. Email is the preferred method of contact at this time and would receive the quickest response.
You can also communicate via the district Facebook page or by direct message through Mr. Henderson’s Twitter by following @Crestline_Super.
**If you have a student that will be entering preschool, kindergarten, 7th or 12th grade, your student may need required immunizations. You will have at least 10 options in August to get your student ready for back-to-school. For questions, or to schedule an appointment, call (419)562-5871. (Appointments will help ensure your wait time is kept to a minimum.)**
Changes to school calendar for the 2019-2020 school year:
Academic Course Offering Guide
(Updated for 2019-2020)
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