Article: 3-30-2020 Update

3-30-2020 Update

Posted Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Dear District Parents and Guardians,

Thank you again for the work that you are doing as parents and guardians in supporting the learning of your child.

Just a reminder that spring break is March 30 through April 3. There will be no remote learning during this time. We hope families enjoy this time!

We are working under the assumption that we will not be returning to our buildings on April 6, even though that has not yet been determined or announced by Governor DeWine. Please check out the new remote learning plan that will go into effect Monday, April 6 in the email sent on Friday. It can also be found in the COVID-19 section of our website.

Our food service workers are doing amazing work. They have been serving nearly 400 students each of the past few days. That’s almost 800 meals (breakfast and lunch). We will continue food service over spring break. 

Just a few reminders about food distribution: 

  • Please ensure that trunks are clear and opened for us to put the food into the trunk. If the trunk is not accessible, please drive up to the red cart and we will put your meals on the cart for you to safely take from there.

  • Remember that children under age 18 may receive breakfast and lunch.

  • Please make sure you have signs that are large enough for us to see from 6-10 feet away. On the signs, please circle the number of kids for which you are picking up food and indicate if you have any children that do not attend the district.

  • You only need to email us ahead of time if your child has dietary restrictions. Otherwise, we will take care of your order when you arrive at pick up. A dietary restriction entails a medical condition that a medical professional would prescribe. If your child has these dietary restrictions, you must contact us the day before to let us know you are picking up food. If you have already communicated that need to the school, we will accommodate those requests. New requests should be sent to [email protected]. If questions, please email Jennifer Hoehn for more details.

  • Families, if you have recently become unemployed or have had a drastic change in income, please go to to apply for our meal program. We know this has been a stressful time for you and we want to ensure you have all the information available to you to get needed assistance, even if you feel it is temporary. Please take this opportunity, as it's a fantastic program.   You can also contact the Family Resource Center for additional help with food and supplies at or 937-848-3810. They are open Wednesdays from 10am-2om or by appointment.

As always, I will do my best to keep you informed about any announcements or updates that affect our schools and your family. Thank you for your support of our schools and stay well. 


Doug Cozad

District COVID-19 information

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