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Procedure for calamity days reminder - This winter’s snow and cold have resulted in many lost school days. Here’s a reminder of the procedures that surround school closings:
According to Ohio law, school districts must be in session a total of 175 full days, which may include up to two days of parent- teacher conferences. If it appears that your district will have less than that due to school closings, you must make-up as many days as are necessary to reach 175. First, though, you must get a make-up plan approved by the Ohio Department of Education. Send questions about calamity days to calamitydaywaiver[at]education.ohio[dot]gov.
A district may plan to make-up no more than three calamity days through blizzard bags (lessons that students take home) or online. Districts that want to make-up calamity days using online lessons or blizzard bags must submit a plan electronically each year. These plans must include a signed and dated board resolution, a plan for compliance with each of the components in Ohio Revised Code 3313.88 (this could be part of the board resolution), and a signed and dated written consent of the teachers’ employee representative. Submit plans to use the online make-up option and inquiries about this process to onlinecalamitydays[at]education.ohio[dot]gov.
ProgressBook GradeBook Update
Special Services Update
Section 504 Plan Signature Page Updated
**The issue with getting an error when clicking the ‘Verify EMIS’ button at the bottom of an Open Task was also corrected with the 14.2.1 Hotfix install this month.
Student Services Update