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Coronavirus Information

Last Updated: 3/10/2022 7:45 PM

On February 9, 2021- Governor DeWine asked schools and districts to work with their communities and educational stakeholders to help students continue to advance academically and to make up for any learning that may have been lost or delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic and related disruptions.

Sept. 9 2020-   Letter from Superintendent Mengerink. The governor's mandate and Health Directors order requiring schools to notify parents, guardians, and the public of positive cases of COVID cases is now in effect. UPDATE BELOW 3/10/22 

               

 

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 District Reporting 

UPDATE:

Effective 3/10/2022- The Ohio Department of Health has advised school districts that it is no longer necessary to continue reporting requirements and notifications in regards to COVID-19.  As a result, we are excited to be able to lift some of this burdensome work that so many of our staff members were required to do - especially our nursing staff.  Thank you to everyone for your cooperation, understanding, and efforts the past two years!

 

GUIDELINES FROM CDC & OHIO DEPT. of HEALTH 

 

Click for Daily Case Reports Sept. 2021-February 2022 

      Daily Case Reports March 2022

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Coronavirus Reports from 2020-21 School Year

 

The "School Reopening FAQ" document linked to the right includes guidelines for families to be aware of. It includes information on COVID-19 Protocols, mask use, transportation, kindergarten, recess information, cleaning procedures, Remote Learning Enrollment and more. This document will be updated regularly as changes come about.

ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH COVID WEBSITEhealth

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Mental Health Services

 

 

Food, Cash & Medical Assistance From Ohio Dept. of Job & family Services

:https://benefits.ohio.gov/

Coronavirus Information from the CDC

Talking with your child about the virus from the CDC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Archives

08.05.2021 Back to School Protocols

11.11.2020 Due to a staffing shortage at the high school, high school students only will now be Remote both Thursday, Nov. 12 & Friday, Nov. 13. The weekend will be used to re-evaluate the situation and an announcement will be made if changes need to be made going forward.  All staff should report at their usual times.

11.10.2020 In an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID, students will attend school REMOTELY this Friday, Nov 13. This gives the district a chance to deep clean & sanitize. Apollo students will use the alternate bus schedule.

10.30.2020  COVID UPDATE

10.22.2020 COVID UPDATE

9.9.2020 School COVID Reporting 

8.7 2020 Fall 2020 ReOpening Plans 

8.7.2020 School Reopening FAQ Updated

7.31.2020 School ReOpening FAQ -latest 

7.21.2020 School Reopening FAQ- (with updates)

7.17.2020 Return to School Update

6.25.2020 Summer Update

4.1.2020 School Closure Updates  From Superintendent Mengerink

Driver's Ed Classes Canceled All upcoming drivers education classes scheduled in Elida High School are canceled until further notice. If questions please contact the Drivers Education Training Manager Mr. Sam Boyer at 419-235-3776. Classes resume July 27, 2020

Meal Distributions Mondays and Wednesdays 10:30-11:30 am Lima Community Church near Axis Bldg. & Temple Christian School/Lima Baptist Temple parking lots. Convenient Drive-Up-Final Distribution was May 27, 2020

3.31.2020  Closure Update 

3.20.2020 School Closed until May 1st During Governor DeWine's press conference on March 20, he announced the school buildings would remain closed through May 1st. All learning will continue to be done online. Please continue to keep up with your school work through Schoology!

3.18.2020 Meal Distribution Letter

3.13.2020 Superintendent's Update

3.12.2020 Following Governor Mike DeWine's announcement on March 12, 2020, Elida Schools will be closed BEGINNING Monday, March 16-April 3, 2020. All school building activities including school day instruction, athletics/sports, etc. are canceled until further notice.

3.11.2020 Superintendent's Letter