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Covid-19 Protocols Update

Covid-19 Protocols

August 15, 2022

 

As we begin the school year, it is a good time to review our pandemic protocols.  The Summit County Health Department has outlined new protocols for the start of the school year.

 

Covid-19 Protocols for Norton City Schools:

 

Test Positive - When students or staff that test positive, the following must occur:

 

  • Individuals will self-isolate for 5 days or  longer until fever-free for 24 hours (without the use of fever-reducing medication) and symptoms have improved. 

  • Individuals have permission to return on day 6 provided they are symptom free.

  • Individuals will be required to wear a mask from day 6 to 10 (or after two negative tests 48 hours apart).


Mask to Stay - When students or staff are exposed to someone who tests positive, the 

following occurs:

 

  • If  individuals are  symptom free, it is no longer recommended to wear a mask or test.

  • If individuals feel sick, or suspect they might have Covid-19, they should stay home and take a rapid test.

    • If results are positive,  follow the testing positive requirements.


Test to Play - For those students who have been exposed to a positive individual,  and are 

participating in school-sponsored athletic activities and extracurricular events, the following occurs:

 

  • If individuals  are symptom free, it is no longer recommended to wear a mask or test.

  • If individuals feel sick, or suspect they might have Covid-19, stay home and take a rapid test.

    • If positive,  adhere to those specific requirements.


Testing Kits - The district does have a limited number of  tests available for students and staff,

but we are not able to offer tests to entire families.  If a need arises, you may contact your student’s buildings for a testing kit. For more information, visit coronavirus.ohio.gov.

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HOME SCHOOL INFORMATION

Hello Home School Families -
Attached, please find the Welcome letter, Notification Form and a link for questions.

Internet Subsidy Information

Internet Subsidy Information for Our Norton City Schools Families
Did you know that you may be eligible for free or reduced internet connectivity in your household?  It’s true!  Commitments from 20 leading internet providers have been secured to offer ACP-eligible households a high-speed internet plan for no more than $30 per month. The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides eligible households $30 per month off their internet bills.  So, your internet could be totally free if you pair your ACP benefit with one of these plans.  Visit bit.ly/3ltOq08 to find out if you qualify and how to sign up.  This site also lists participating service providers and FAQs.
 
Additional Information:
  • Ohio Connectivity Champions can assist families in signing up through the following means – [email protected] (email) or by phone at 1-800-K12-Ohio (1-800-512-6446).
  • News Article: fxn.ws/3NnlxyK

STEM & CODING SUMMER CAMPS 2022

ANNOUNCING:  STEM and Coding Summer Camps are back and in person! 
Wadsworth City Schools is once again hosting these two camps and Norton students are welcome to register.  Use the following link for more information:   Click here
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12

Committee of the Whole

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Sep
12

Regular Meeting

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10

Work Session

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Oct
10

Regular Meeting

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