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COVID-19 Case Report

Friday, February 26, 2021 

Sandusky City School District COVID-19 Case Report 

Dear Sandusky City School District Families and Staff, 

On Friday, February 26, 2021 there are no new COVID-19 cases to report within the district. 

As part of our safety protocol and procedures, we are continuing to work closely with the Erie County Health Department. As a reminder, all district COVID-19 information can be found at https://www.scs-k12.net/CoronavirusHub.aspx. 

Please contact Dr. Sturgill at 419-984-1016 or the Erie County Health Department at 419-626- 5623 if you have any questions.

Total Cumulative Confirmed Cases: 81 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

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Michele Ziemke Student Art Gallery Presents - "Vision of Unity" Art Show

Attention Students in 1st - 12th grade!

Show us your vision of unity!

Email submissions to: [email protected] by March 8, 2021.

The art show will be held March 15, 2021 from 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm at the Regional Center for Advanced Academic Studies (125 E. Adams St.)

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Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron, and Richland Counties Partnering with SCS to Eliminate Digital Inequity

Sandusky City School families that are interested in securing a computer at no cost will need to complete the Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron, and Richland Counties application and meet the income requirement. 

Sandusky City Schools’ is launching a partnership with the Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron and Richland Counties to help eliminate digital inequity. Project Eliminate Digital Inequity is an opportunity that was created through a grant that was obtained by the Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron and Richland Counties to help bolster access to technology for low-income families in all three of the counties they serve. Mrs. Janice Warner, President, Board of Trustees, Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron and Richland Counties stated, “We recognize the significance of leveraging partnerships that aid in our efforts to alleviate poverty and empower low-income communities. In the 21st century, eliminating digital inequity is a huge barrier for low-income families. This partnership will accelerate our efforts to change lives by creating pathways to success for those vulnerable members of our communities.

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Ohio State-wide Family Engagement Center's GrandUnderstandings Connection Series

Attention Grandparents!

Join The Ohio State University's State-wide Family Engagement Center's presentation of "GrandUnderstandings". It is designed to provide you with information related to connecting with educators, resources, and connecting to the community. Each session will be an hour long and occur on Zoom at 6:30 pm. You can attend any or all sessions. Zoom links will be sent at the end of the registration process.

Session Dates & Times:
February 25th - Connecting with Educators
March 25th - Connecting to Resources
April 29th - Connecting to Friends, Family, and the Community

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Preschool Registration Opens March 1, 2021!

Applications for Preschool Registration will be available on March 1, 2021! Stop by the Board of Education (407 Decatur St.) to pick one up or print, fill it out, and return it to the BOE. For questions, please call 419.984.1048.

Applications will be available on these pages of the website:
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COVID Vaccine

No School for Erie County Districts March 22, 2021

School teachers and staff from all school districts in Erie County will be offered the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on Saturday, February 27, and Sunday, February 28. The vaccines will be administered at a clinic hosted by the Erie County Department of Health, and the more 1,600 school district employees will be scheduled in waves to receive the vaccine throughout the two days. After receiving their vaccines, the school employees will then be given an appointment card for their second doses. The second doses are scheduled to be administered on Saturday, March 20, and Sunday, March 21. Due to reports of short, but severe illness among people who receive the second doses and a concern of staffing shortages on Monday, March 22, the superintendents of all Erie County schools have agreed to schedule a calamity day for that day. All in-person and remote classes for Monday, March 22, will be canceled and the schools closed.

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Early Release for Elementary Students - March 9, 2021

On March 9, 2021 elementary students will be released from school early so staff can attend Professional Development. Building schedules are as follows:

Sandusky Early Learning Academy
School Time: 7:30 am - 12:15 pm
Lunch: 11:00 - 12:00 pm
Bus Release Time: 12:15 pm
Professional Development for Staff: 12:45 pm - 2:45 pm

Sandusky Primary School 
School Time: 7:30 am - 12:15 pm
Lunch: No change
Bus Release Time: 12:15 pm
Professional Development for Staff: 12:45 pm - 2:45 pm

Sandusky Intermediate School
School Time: 8:40 am - 12:45 pm
Lunch: 9:45 - 12:00 pm
Bus Release Time: 12:45 pm
Professional Development for Staff: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm

The Regional Center for Advanced Academic Studies
School Time: 8:40 am - 12:45 pm
Lunch: No change
Bus Release Time: 12:45 pm
Professional Development for Staff: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
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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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