With the district set to return to school on Aug. 31, the Chardon Local School District Board of Education Monday approved the Return to Learning Responsible Restart plan.
Chardon Local School District officials on Monday unveiled an extensive back to school plan based on a color-coded, four-part model that mirrors the state’s alert system determined by the increased number of coronavirus cases in each county.
A day shy of the end of the 2020 fiscal year, the Chardon Schools Board of Education approved a number of financial and administrative items during a board meeting broadcast via YouTube on Monday.
Chardon Local School District officials are turning their efforts to planning for the 2020-21 academic year, and have outlined possible models of operation, Superintendent Michael Hanlon announced at the Board of Education meeting on Monday.
The Chardon Local School District formed a back-to-school task force consisting of 30 staff members, parents and school board members, Superintendent Dr. Michael Hanlon announced last week.
Most parents want the Chardon Local School District to follow tradition by opening the upcoming academic year in August and holding mostly in-person classes.
Local school districts and the Ohio Department of Education knew that launching a new statewide teacher evaluation system would be difficult, but they never thought they would have to worry about introducing their Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) 2.0 during a pandemic.
Every school in Ohio is in a bind after Gov. Mike DeWine ordered the closure of all schools from March 16 through April 3 to slow the spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. He announced the mandatory closing in a press conference on March 12.
They called it the “Battle in the Barn,” a daytime wrestling match last week between Chardon Hilltopper wrestlers and the Riverside Beavers.
A majority of Chardon City Council voiced their support last week for Chardon Local Schools’ plans to remake the district after hearing school Superintendent Michael Hanlon present his case.
Public schools across the Chagrin Valley and Geauga County for the most part performed well on the annual district report cards released this morning (Sept. 12) by the Ohio Department of Education.