When it comes to crisis and disaster response, school administrators are well-trained. Even so, their crisis/disaster response skills were pushed to the limit last year as Ohio schools made a hard pivot to remote learning due to the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic. Over the last 12 months, school districts have seen beloved traditions upended. However, with the support of engaged families and community members, they’ve continued to devise ways to keep students engaged in meaningful learning while keeping virus spread in check.
Weather permitting, calamity days are a fun-filled day of wintertime activities such as sledding. Oftentimes, it’s also a day filled with opportunities to help family and neighbors. It was this model New Richmond Exempted Village School District Superintendent Tracey Miller encouraged students and staff to embrace during a rare Feb. 16 calamity day. Click on "More" to continue reading.
Teen dating violence is not a topic that’s often discussed around the dinner table at family gatherings or amongst friends, but it’s a serious issue for young people. To continue reading, click on MORE.
PARENT/TEACHERCONFERENCE LINK - The Parent Teacher Conference link is now live. Below is the link that parents can use to sign up. Reminder that we are only having conferences on one night, Feb. 11th.