The Chagrin schools’ DEIJ Task Force is focused on meaningful change with plans to continue better implementation of equity within the district over the next few years.
With COVID-19 cases on the rise, Chagrin Falls schools put the basketball and wrestling seasons for grades seven through 12 on pause until January.
In response to the Cuyahoga County Board of Health’s recommendation to switch to virtual instruction after Thanksgiving, Chagrin schools may go entirely remote in mid-December, Superintendent Robert Hunt said in a letter to parents last week, depending on staffing capabilities in the district.
In a letter to parents Monday (Nov. 16) regarding the district update on COVID-19 cases, Chagrin schools Superintendent Robert Hunt announced that he tested positive for virus and will be entering quarantine.
Chagrin schools are still expecting drops in revenue through 2021 with hopes numbers will begin climbing again by 2022, district Treasurer Ashley Brudno said in an informal presentation to the board Finance and Budget Committee last week.
While COVID-19 cases are rapidly rising across the state and in Cuyahoga and Geauga counties, Superintendent Robert Hunt made the recommendation to move forward with plans for Chagrin Falls schools to switch to all-in instruction.
In light of two positive COVID-19 cases, the Chagrin Falls Exempted Village School District has its sights set on mid-November for potentially “flipping the switch” to an all-in learning model, Superintendent Robert Hunt said last week. He said he expects to make a formal recommendation to t…
With the goal to “sustain Chagrin,” Superintendent Robert Hunt and Treasurer Ashley Brudno nailed down the importance of passing the 3.85-mill school levy on the Nov. 3 ballot in a virtual town hall with district residents. The biggest message was that approval of Issue 20 will not raise taxes.
Opening under the current hybrid model for Chagrin schools has proven to be a challenge, but the overall outlook remains positive with proper measures in place to help the district adjust to the new learning environment, Superintendent Robert Hunt said last week.