When is the first day of classes for students this year?
The first day of classes for students will be September 8th.
Will all students receive a technology device for the year?
Yes - All Sandusky City School students will have the opportunity to receive a technology device for the 2020-2021 school year for a $10 fee. Devices will be available for pick up during scheduled orientation times.
What options do families have if they do not have internet access at home?
During this COVID-19 crisis, Buckeye Broadband and Sandusky City Schools is committed to ensuring every home has access to an education, specifically when attending school in person may not be a safe option. The School Freenet Program utilizes an ad-based FreeNet product, while allowing special circumstances during classroom hours such as: enough speed & upload to stream (3) classrooms at a time, no ads between 7am-4pm Monday-Friday, and daily usage reporting. Internet speeds will slow down at night and on weekends. Families with existing internet services are not eligible.
Here are the steps to sign up
- Go to the Parents page on our district website and fill out the form titled "Fall 2020 Internet Sign-up"
- After 3 business days, you will receive an email with a contact number for Buckeye Broadband
- You will call the hotline number and schedule an appointment with Buckeye Broadband
- A Buckeye technician will come to your house and install your internet
- If you do not have email or need help signing up, you may call 419-626-6940
Will there be an open house this year?
We will not be conducting a traditional open house this year; however, in its place, we will have an orientation for students and families. Each school building will communicate with families to schedule a time for their orientation. At orientation, students will meet their teachers, receive their technology device, review their daily schedules, and review district forms.
Are we still having fall sports this year?
Yes, we will follow the guidelines set by the Ohio High School Athletic Association regarding school athletics.
When we return to in-person learning, do students have to wear uniforms?
Our campus wear policy will remain the same as previous school years, with a few updates including:
- Polos, sweatshirts (without hood) and sweaters: Acceptable colors: Any shade of blue or grey, white, and black
- Sweatshirts (without hood) and sweaters will not require a polo worn underneath
- Pants: Acceptable colors: Any shade of grey, khaki, blue, and black
- Spirit Wear: Any SCS t-shirt will not require polo worn underneath
You can find our full campus wear policy at https://www.scs-k12.net/SchoolFeesSupplyLists.aspx
As a reminder, during virtual learning, school uniforms are not required, but we ask that students please wear appropriate clothing
What is the difference between the Sandusky Digital Learning Center and Home-based learning?
Will students receive breakfast and lunch?
Yes! All students will have the opportunity to receive free breakfast, lunch, and dinner for the 2020-2021 school year.
What should I expect for this school year if my child is on an Individualized Education Plan (IEP)?
Our student services department will be working with each family they serve to review IEP plans for this school year.
What school building will my child(ren) attend?
With the opening of our two new school buildings, Sandusky Intermediate and Sandusky Primary, students have been configured into grade bands. You can find each school, the population they serve, and the contact information below for each.
Sandusky High School (Grades 9-12)
Mr. Eric Talbot, Principal
2130A Hayes Avenue
Sandusky Middle School (Grades 7 & 8)
Mr. Tim Kozak
2130B Hayes Avenue
Sandusky Digital Learning Center (Grades Kindergarten - 12th Grade)
Ms. Sherry Smith, Principal
617 Jackson Street
Sandusky Intermediate School (Grades 3-6)
Mrs. Donna Taylor, Principal
2020 Hayes Avenue
Sandusky Primary School (Grades 1 & 2)
Mrs. Rebecca Muratori, Principal
924 Ontario Street
Sandusky Early Learning Academy (Grades Preschool & Kindergarten)
Ms. Kathy Pace, Principal
1918 Mills Street
Regional Center for Advanced Academic Studies (Grades 3-6)
Mrs. Tara Toft, Principal
125 E. Adams Street