The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic distress across the region has caused the Orange City School District to push back their levy that was slated for 2021. Treasurer Todd Puster is now recommending that the district could ask voters to approve a levy in November of 2022 at the earliest.
After months of following guidance from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health for reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Orange City School District is considering veering away from the county’s recommendation.
The Orange City School District plans to implement its hybrid model on Oct. 19 after spending weeks devising a schedule for each building, ordering plenty of personal protective equipment and fielding hundreds of questions from parents.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Orange Community Education and Recreation had a $700,000 deficit at the end of the fiscal year, according to Treasurer Todd Puster. He said that Orange recreation had to give refunds for many programs that were canceled due to the pandemic, leading to a severe l…
The Orange Board of Education met Monday to discuss further details of reopening school for a blended learning model, but the board members present were coincidentally in a blended model as well.
PEPPER PIKE — The Orange Board of Education passed a resolution to allow four students living on North Pointe Drive at The Pointe subdivision to remain in the Orange schools, even though they live in the Beachwood City School District, Orange school board President Beth Wilson-Fish said on S…
PEPPER PIKE — The Orange Board of Education members brought the discussion of a new front entrance at Orange High School back to the table at their Monday meeting. Discussion should begin early, they said, to ensure safety for the children at the school and to stay on track for prime constru…
Director of 21st Century Curriculum Karen Moore said that this fall, Orange City School District students will have a new and improved version of virtual learning.
After calling off sports practices at the end of July, Superintendent Lynn Campbell announced last week that sports were to resume on Monday for the Orange City School District.
More than 170 people joined the Orange Board of Education meeting on Monday to hear about the district’s plans for reopening this fall. In the meeting that lasted three and a half hours, 24 parents and students expressed their disappointment with Orange’s reopening plans. Some were requestin…
Four years of work finally came to fruition on June 19 when NXTSTOR, an app to find storage space for your belongings, launched on the App Store and Google Play Store. The app is the brainchild of Brandon Gotlieb, 22, and his co-founder, Ashwyn Rajgopal.
Federal funding will not fully cover expenses linked to COVID-19 that the Orange City School District expects to incur this fall, Treasurer Todd Puster said.
Orange Superintendent Lynn Campbell presented two recommendations for returning to school this fall, a blended learning option and a fully remote option. Two hundred people piled into the Zoom meeting on Monday to hear proposed plans for the Orange City School District.
Despite a delay of guidance from Gov. Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health, Superintendent Lynn Campbell said that the Orange City School District is exploring multiple options for returning to school this fall.
Parents must sign a variety of liability and consent forms for their children to participate in school-sponsored activities and sports, but COVID-19 never has been on the list.