FAMILY COMMUNICATION | Lorain City Schools is keeping families informed about expectations for next week through reminder emails, robocalls, text messages, web and social media posts. Flyers will be going home with elementary and middle school students. VIEW FLYER HERE
MEAL PICK UP | Aramark will be providing meals to more than 400 students next week. Meals will be distributed by drive-thu through the middle schools on Monday, November 22 between 4:00-6:00PM. Please note that a limited number of meals will be available for families who were unable to register. Meals will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
REGISTER TO VOTE | Did you know that just 1,241 parents are registered to vote in Lorain? Your voice matters, and registering to vote is easy! You must register or update your voter registration by April 4, 2022 for the May 3, 2022 Primary Election. Have a say in important decisions that affect your schools and community. LEARN MORE
SUBSTITUTE FILL RATE | If it feels like more subs are available to our schools after the increase in daily sub pay to $200: it’s true. We’ve had an increase of 29.32% that is directly correlated with the increase district-wide. Please note that crossing guard pay has also increased to $12/hour. LEARN MORE
LOOKING TO VOLUNTEER? | Second Harvest Food Bank needs volunteers to help distribute food to families in our community on Thursday, December 1, 2021. LEARN MORE
NEXT VACCINE CLINIC | Need to schedule your COVID-19 Vaccine, booster, or flu shot? Lorain City Schools will again be partnering with Lorain County Public Health to offer a mass vaccination clinic on Saturday, December 4th at General Johnnie Wilson Middle School. Additional information a link to schedule your time slot coming soon!
VACCINE CLINICS FOR AGES 5-19 | Lorain County Public Health is now providing COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for children 5 and up. LEARN MORE
THE LEVY FAILED; NOW WHAT? | ISSUE 37 was a 6.8 operating levy which would have generated $4.1 million annually for operating expenses. Since the levy didn't pass, we are projecting a $13 million budget deficit for summer 2023, which demands that we respond in a manner consistent with what we said we’d do: work together to find ways to be more efficient with the funding that is available to us. HERE’S WHAT TO EXPECT MOVING FORWARD