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"NEW" REMOTE LEARNING GUIDANCE FOR FAMILIES

CLICK HERE to access the "NEW" Remote Learning Guidance for Families

FREE INTERNET ACCESS LOCATIONS

Below are some Free Internet Access Locations around the community:
 
Marysville Schools:
We have setup Outdoor WIFI Access Points in the parking lots of these buildings: Raymond, Mill Valley, Navin, Edgewood, Creekview, ECHS, High School Stadium, and MHS (weight room parking lot) to help.

Spectrum:
Spectrum has Free WiFi access points around the city and county to access the internet.  If you go to: (https://www.spectrum.com/free-wifi-hotspots/ohio/marysville) and type in the zip code or address, it will show you there "Free" access points. 

Public Libraries:
Marysville and Raymond locations have Free WiFi access in their parking lot areas from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

City of Marysville:
The City of Marysville has Free WiFi access at the Pavillion, Eljer Park (Restroom Area), and the Pool at Legion Park for the community.

STUDENT INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES

CLICK HERE for RESOURCES 

COVID-19 UPDATES AND INFORMATION

Student and staff safety is a top priority at Marysville Schools. In our efforts to keep our students, staff and families informed with the latest information on coronavirus, or COVID-19, please use this page as a reference for District communications regarding coronavirus and other helpful resources.

PRECAUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

We encourage all students, staff and community members to follow these recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control:
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.

  • Stay at home if you are sick.

  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, and throw the tissue in the trash.

  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

STOP THE SPREAD OF GERMS

HELP SLOW THE SPREAD OF COVID-19

 

STUDENT INFORMATION

WHAT SHOULD WE DO IF A STUDENT BECOMES SICK WHILE AT SCHOOL?

  • Students who appear to have symptoms at arrival or become ill during the day should be isolated promptly in a room separate from other students and sent home.   School nurses and clinic aides have specific protocols for handling such cases. If a serious medical emergency occurs, 9-1-1 will be called to support. 

CAN STUDENTS STAY HOME IF THEY HAVE CONCERNS AND COUNT AS AN EXCUSED ABSENCE?

  • Sick leave policies remain in effect and students will be excused in accordance with the student handbook. 

STAFF INFORMATION

Click here to access information in regards to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

WHAT SHOULD WE DO IF AN EMPLOYEE BECOMES SICK WHILE AT SCHOOL?

  • Employees who appear to have symptoms should be sent home.   School nurses and clinic aides have specific protocols for handling such cases.   If a serious medical emergency occurs, 9-1-1 will be called to support. 

CAN EMPLOYEES STAY HOME IF THEY ARE SICK AND COUNT AS AN EXCUSED ABSENCE?

  • Sick leave policies remain in effect and employees will be excused in accordance with the sick leave policies currently in place.

WHAT IF AN EMPLOYEE IS SICK AND DOES NOT HAVE ANY LEAVE REMAINING?

  • Employees that have exhausted all sick leave and continue to be sick may advance sick leave or elect to use personal or vacation leave, if available to cover the absence.     If these options are exhausted, then the employee may request to take unpaid leave under the Unpaid Leave of Absence policy.

 WILL THERE BE ANY DELAYS WITH PAY DUE TO A FULL DISTRICT CLOSING?

  • No, there should not be any issues and payroll will remain on schedule.

IF WE ARE CLOSED, WHAT ARE THE EXPECTATIONS OF TEACHERS/CERTIFIED STAFF?

  • Classroom teachers and other certified staff will be expected to work from home during school closing.

IF WE ARE CLOSED, WHAT ARE THE EXPECTATIONS OF NON-TEACHING STAFF?

  • All support staff will receive direct communication regarding job duties and expectations from their principal or supervisor.

WILL CLASSIFIED (NON-TEACHING) STAFF BE PAID IN THE EVENT OF A SCHOOL CLOSURE?

  • At this time, our plan is to pay all regular, contracted classified (non-teaching) employees their regular daily rate in the event of a school closure due to the COVID-19 public epidemic. 

SCHOOL CLOSING AND EVENT CANCELLATION INFORMATION

IF WE ARE CLOSED, WHAT ARE THE EXPECTATIONS OF TEACHERS/CERTIFIED STAFF?

  • Classrooms Teachers and other certified staff will be expected to work from home during school closing.

IF WE ARE CLOSED, WHAT ARE THE EXPECTATIONS OF NON-TEACHING STAFF?

  • All support staff will receive direct communication regarding job duties and expectations from their principal or supervisor.

WHAT IF WE ARE CLOSED AND AN EMPLOYEE IS SICK OR ALREADY HAD OTHER TIME OFF SCHEDULED AND CANNOT WORK FROM HOME?

  • If the employee is sick, they would use sick time and if they had a vacation or personal day scheduled, they would still use that time as arranged.


IF SCHOOL IS CANCELED HOW WILL SCHOOL EVENTS BE HANDLED?

  • If school is canceled, events and activities will be canceled as well.

STUDENT AND STAFF TRAVEL

All School Trips scheduled for spring break have been postponed.  


  • Japan trip for June 2020 is postponed.

INSTRUCTION

  • Online learning is currently taking place for our students due to the cornonavirus. If you have questions, please communicate with your child's teacher or principal.
  • Teachers and principals are available virutually during regular school hours to support students and families.   
  • During Spring Break, March 23-27, teachers and principals will not be holding regular office hours.  No new assignments will be posted.  Beginning March 30, new assignments and virtual office hours will begin for the week.  As remote learning continues through May 1, new assignments will be posted throughout this time period.
  • PAX Tools - Family Resource 
  • PAX Shared Vision - Family Resourse
  • PAX Mystery Motivators - Family Resource
  • PAX Breaks - Family Resource 

CHILD CARE INFORMATION

 CHILD CARE INFORMATION

Marysville Schools is offering a way for parents/guardians to connect with possible child care providers during this challenging time due to the coronavirus.  


Are you interested in providing private child care services during the school closure for parents/guardians in need due to the coronavirus?  

  • If yes, please click on the Child Care Information link below.

    • Once on the Child Care Information screen, click on the form in order to provide your First Name, Last Initial, Age and your Phone Number.  PLEASE NOTE: this information will be open for the public to see from our website.

      • If you want your information removed, please contact Amy Weinbrecht at 937-578-6100 or email her at [email protected] 

  • Parents/Guardians will access this Child Care Information and may reach out to you directly to inquire about possible child care services.  

  • Marysville Schools is simply making your information available to families during this challenging time.



Are you in need of child care for your child/children during the school closure due to the coronavirus?

  • If yes, please click on the Child Care Information link below.

  • Once on the Child Care Information screen, you will see private individuals and their contact information.

  • This is your decision as a parent/guardian if you choose to establish a private arrangement with the individual for child care services.

  • Marysville Schools is NOT screening any of the individuals who will appear on this list.  Parents/Guardians must decide next steps if they want to interview the person, screen individuals, etc… before making arrangements.

  • Marysville Schools assumes no responsibility as the district is simply making possible private child care provider information available to parents/guardians.  This is a personal decision by each parent/guardian.

   Click here to see the Child Care Information

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