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Update from Dr. Sanders - April 16, 2021

Current COVID-19 Report

As a part of our updated COVID-19 communication for the 4th quarter of the school year, we will be transitioning to a weekly reporting system. Every Friday, we will send out a COVID-19 report summarizing any cases reported for the week. We will transition back to our previous model if we see a rise in cases. You can view our weekly reports below: 

COVID-19 Case Report 

Friday, April 30, 2021

- 1 Sandusky Early Learning Academy Student (April 26, 2021)
- 1 Sandusky Intermediate School Student (April 26, 2021) 
- 1 Sandusky Middle School Staff Member (April 26, 2021)
- 1 Sandusky Intermediate School Student (April 28, 2021) 
- 1 Sandusky High School Student (April 30, 2021)

Total Cumulative Confirmed Cases: 96 in district, 1 virtual student


Support Services

Morgan Dunleavy
Social Worker serving students at SELA and SIS in grades 5 - 6
p: 419.984.1992

Sarah Kaya
Social Worker serving students at SPS, SIS in grades 3 - 4, RCAAS, and SDLC students in grades K - 6
p: 419.984.1952

Joe Januzzi
School Psychologist serving students at SMS, SHS, and SDLC in grades 7 - 12
p: 419.984.1052

Bethany Evans
Counselor at SPS
p: 419.984.1300

Faith Hixson
Counselor at SIS
p: 419.984.1208

Sharon Willis
Counselor at SIS
p: 419.984.1224

Agenda Bonner
Counselor at SMS
p: 419.984.1187

Ted Fox
Counselor at SMS
p: 419.984.1113

Babe Sidoti-Palmer
Counselor at SHS
p: 419.984.1082

Kristina Davis
Counselor at SHS
p: 419.984.1082

District Updates

5 star award

SCS Preschool Recognized as a Quality Learning & Development Program

In recognition of a commitment to quality and an ongoing dedication to the learning and development of children, Sandusky City Schools has received a Five-Star Step Up To Quality Award from the State of Ohio.

Step Up To Quality is Ohio’s rating system for learning and development programs. Participating programs can earn a one-to five-star rating.

In addition to meeting all standards of a five-star rating, programs with five stars may also:

· Have lower staff/child ratios.

· Use child assessment results to plan activities that best support learning and development goals for each child.

· Share assessment results and create goals for children.

· Develop plans to support children as they transition to a new classroom or educational setting.

· Work with other organizations or businesses within the community to support children and their families.

· Have an active and organized parent volunteer group.

· Use input from families and community partners’ to inform the program’s continuous improvement process.

· Have accreditation by an approved organization.


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MZ Student Art Gallery Show "Art Do What You Like"

Join us Monday, May 10th, from 3:30 - 5:30 pm for the MZ Student Art Gallery Show "Art Do What You Like," featuring artwork from students in grades 1-12. Student artwork is due Monday, May 5th. Contact Mrs. Shepherd for questions (419.984.1077).
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Sandusky Early Learning Academy Rated 5 Stars by Ohio Department of Education

Did you know that our Preschool program at Sandusky Early Learning Academy is rated 5-Stars by the Ohio Department of Education? Submit your application today! Spots are filling up fast!

You can download an application to print and bring in here.
To fill it out and email the application to Mrs. Fox ([email protected]) click here.
To find out more about ODE's 'Step Up to Quality' rating, visit their website.
5 star award winner
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FCC Internet Connectivity Survey

Please help the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with their Internet Connectivity Survey:
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Vaccination Clinic Interest Form

The Erie County Health Department will be allocating a portion of their COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine supply to be used to partner with local employers and school districts to vaccinate their employees and/or students. Parents/Families, please complete this survey to help us gauge the interest in our families potentially receiving a COVID-19 Vaccine at a clinic hosted by Sandusky City Schools. This clinic would allow these age-appropriate students to receive the vaccination. Students who are of the age 16 and 17 must have a parent present to receive the vaccination. Please complete the survey to the best of your ability. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Stephen Sturgill, Chief of Staff and Transformation Officer at [email protected] 

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Other News

Sign up for Free Books in Ohio with the Imagination Library!

The Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library is working to put more books in the hands of Ohio’s children and ensure that every student enters kindergarten ready to succeed. Imagination Library was started by country singer Dolly Parton and offers age-appropriate books to children from birth to age 5, regardless of parent income.

The Ohio Department of Education Office for Early Learning and School Readiness is encouraging all preschools, Head Start/Early Head Start programs, and childcare settings to share information about the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library and encourage families to enroll into the free monthly book program.

Technology Help

For technology help, please email [email protected] or call 419.984.1012.

For help with OneView (esvportal) or Progress Book, please email [email protected].
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