Sandusky City Schools will be Closed the Remainder of the School Year

Sandusky City Schools would like to inform our students and families that Friday, May 29th will be the last student day for the 2019-2020 school year. High School students should reach out to their teachers regarding any previously assigned work that they still need to completed by Thursday, June 4th close of business 3PM.

Over the summer the District will continue to contact families regarding the 2020- 2021 as we continue to receive updates on the impact of the COVID pandemic. If you have additional questions please contact us (419) 626- 6940. Be safe and Stay healthy — Remember we are Blue Streak Strong!

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The Sandusky Digital Academy is expecting students to log-on and complete lessons.  Please like the SDA Facebook page to access important information.  The students will be hearing from their teachers this week.
 
Please direct any questions to your teachers via the online platform or call Sherry Smith at 419-984-1060.
 
Work Permits
How can students go about obtaining a work permit under Ohio’s Minor Labor Laws if schools are closed?

According to the Ohio Department of Commerce, if a minor has all necessary paperwork completed and is unable to get the permit processed due to school closure, the completed paperwork may itself stand in the place of the physically printed permit. Employers should keep the paperwork on file, just like they would the permit. The formal permit should be processed as soon as the school is reopened.

As a reminder, hour restrictions outlined in Ohio Revised Code Section 4109 are still in place for any week that was not a pre-planned school holiday (i.e., spring break) and the prohibited/hazardous occupation restrictions are still active.
 
Sandusky City Schools Mills Family Food Mart - Location Change
During the next three weeks, the Mills Family Food Mart will be located at:
 
St. Paul Lutheran Church
2211 Mills Street
Sandusky, OH 44870
 
Wednesdays - 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Please bring your photo ID.
 
For questions, please call Mr. Trevino at 419-271-6909 
 
Area Superintendents Announce Protocols Regarding Coronavirus Concerns
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Mr. Todd Boggs, Superintendent, Perkins Local Schools
Mr. Tom Roth, Superintendent, Edison Local Schools
Dr. Eugene T. W. Sanders, CEO and Superintendent, Sandusky City Schools
Mr. Dennis Mock, Superintendent, Margaretta Local Schools
Mr. Dennis Muratori, Superintendent, Huron City Schools

Sandusky, Ohio. School officials from area public schools conducted a press conference today to announce a series of protocols for addressing the Coronavirus (COVID-19). While there are no reported cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in our immediate area, multiple area superintendents met to provide a corporate response to the current health challenge in our state and nation. Dr. Eugene T. W. Sanders, Chief Executive Officer and Superintendent of the Sandusky City Schools, is working collaboratively with Mr. Todd Boggs, Superintendent of Perkins Local Schools, Mr. Dennis Muratori, Superintendent of the Huron City Schools, Mr. Dennis Mock, Superintendent of Margaretta Local Schools, and Mr. Tom Roth, Superintendent of the Edison Local Schools. Each of the superintendents attended today’s press conference held at the Sandusky Board of Education, 407 Decatur Street, Sandusky. Mr. Peter Schade, Erie County Health Commissioner, was also present at the press conference to provide comments. The superintendents have provided a corporate response to addressing the Coronavirus (COVID-19) matter.
 
 
Sandusky City Schools Sandusky City Schools Release Protocol for Three Week Closure
During Governor Mike DeWine’s press conference on Thursday, March 12, 2020, it was mandated that all public schools will close for three weeks at the end of the business day Monday, March 16, 2020. After consulting with the Board of Education and the Senior Leadership Team, Sandusky City Schools will take the following actions:
      • Staff and students will report to school tomorrow, Friday, March 13th at their regular scheduled time.
      • Staff will report to their buildings on Monday, March 16th to review procedures for the next three weeks at their regular scheduled time. No 
         students will report to school on Monday, March 16th.
      • Beginning Tuesday, March 17th Sandusky City Schools will be on a hard close, with no access to any district buildings.
      • Sandusky City Schools Central Office will also be closed beginning Tuesday, March 17th, with the exception of essential staff who may work on an as needed basis determined by Dr. Sanders, Chief Executive Officer and Superintendent.
      • No athletics or extra-curricular activities will take place during this time frame.

Sandusky City Schools is working to provide food to students during this break. More information will be forthcoming within 24 hours in regards to food service. As information is continually changing, we will keep our families, faculty, staff, and community informed on our procedures and protocols. All decisions on this matter are consistent with area school districts, including; Perkins Local Schools, Edison Local Schools, Margaretta Local Schools, and Huron City Schools. You may find updates on our Facebook page, Twitter page, and at www.scs-k12.net. If you have questions, please contact my office at [email protected].
 
 
Dr. Sanders Dr. Eugene Sanders Receives 2-Year Contract as CEO & Superintendent of SCS
Sandusky, Ohio. The Sandusky City Schools Board of Education voted unanimously to confirm that Chief Executive Officer and Superintendent, Dr. Eugene T. W. Sanders, would finish his career in Sandusky, by hiring him to a two-year contract that will continue his work for the 2020 academic year through 2022. The board took this action at the board meeting on Tuesday, February 18, 2020, following an executive session. The details of the contract are yet to be finalized. Board members felt the first priority for the Sandusky City School district was to assure solid and consistent leadership starting at the top of the organization.

“Dr. Sanders brings decades of expertise, leadership, and vision to the Sandusky City Schools”, Board President, Mrs. Brigitte Green-Churchwell stated. “The collaborative efforts among this board, Dr. Sanders’s leadership, and the dedication and commitment of our faculty, staff, and students have led to the successful transformation of our schools. While our work is continuing to move forward, we are excited about our
organizational growth, and with the executive leadership of Dr. Sanders we will be positioned for continued success for decades to come.”
 
To see the Press Release in it's entirety, click here
 
bolt January 2020 Building Better Dreams Update
Check out our January 2020 Building Better Dreams Update! You can view all of our updates regarding the Building Better Dreams Facilities Project on our Building Update page, Facebook, or Twitter. You can also email Dr. Sanders at [email protected] 
Momentum 2019 Sandusky High School & Sandusky Digital Academy Receives Ohio Momentum Award for 2nd Consecutive Year
The Ohio Department of Education recently announced that Sandusky High School earned the Momentum Award for 2019. This is the second year in a row that Sandusky High School has received this honor, being one of 22 High Schools in all of Ohio to achieve this prominent accolade. It should be noted that Sandusky High School was the only school in Erie County to win this award. This effort was attainable due to the combined hard work and dedication of students, families, faculty, and staff at both Sandusky High School and Sandusky Digital Academy.
 
Additional Momentum Award Statistics include:
- 173 schools in Ohio earned this award (out of 3,500 possible)
- 41 High Schools in Ohio earned this award (out of 850 possible)
- 22 High Schools in Ohio earned this award two years in a row 
 
To read the Press Release in its entirety, click here
 
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