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Dec. 7, 2021
The holiday season is the perfect time to recognize your favorite Highland staff member! The Staff and Teacher Award Recognition (STAR) program honors a Highland teacher, staff or community member for their outstanding work, while providing vital support to Highland Schools. Each recipient is presented with an award certificate and either a box of bonbons or a Highland Ornament etched with Highland's "H" logo and the year. Just fill out the STAR Awards form found online at https://www.highlandfoundation.org/Content2/stars, and The Highland Foundation will do the rest! Delivery is prior to winter break. Deadline to place an order is December 14.
Nov. 29, 2021
The American Red Cross is teaming up with the Highland Local Schools to host a blood drive in honor of Mary Annibale, a former Highland employee, alumnus and parent who was diagnosed with a terminal illness last year. “Mary’s Gift Blood Drive” will be held from 2-7 p.m. on Thursday, December 16 in the Medina County Library -- Highland Branch, located at 4160 Ridge Road, Medina. The drive will take place in the Sharon Community Room. Log onto www.RedCrossBlood.org and enter sponsor code: MARY. If you have any questions, please email ckalina@highlandschools.org or dkoval@highlandschools.org.
Nov. 29, 2021
Highland Middle School 8th grade D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Role Models, in conjunction with the Highland High School D.A.R.E. Role Models and members of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) are conducting their annual Coats for Kids drive for new and gently used coats from December 1-10. Collection boxes will be available in the lobby areas of each school buildings, including the elementary schools. The continued success of this initiative, which began in 2006, is due to the overwhelming generosity of the Highland community. All coats donated will be distributed to those in need within our local communities.
Nov. 18, 2021
As we approach the winter season, the following i­­nformation may help parents better understand the process our District uses when making the decision to open or close school, offer a two-hour delayed start or resort to an early release due to inclement weather. These decisions are based upon a careful analysis of relevant factors, such as: Information on road conditions from transportation staff, local law enforcement and state, county and township road crews (as warranted). Please keep in mind that road conditions can vary dramatically throughout our district; Amount of accumulated snow and ice; Whether precipitation is expected to continue throughout the day;
Nov. 4, 2021
Dear Highland Parents and Guardians, Please be reminded that due to a federal health order, masking is required for anyone using any form of school transportation (to/from school, athletics, extracurricular activities, etc.) until further notice. We continue to receive daily reports from drivers that many students are not complying with this required health order while riding the school bus. Students must wear a face mask upon boarding the bus and throughout the entire bus ride. If a student occasionally forgets his/her mask, one will be provided. If a student fails to comply, a bus citation will be issued. Repeated violations will result in the student being removed from the bus. Bus drivers are doing their very best to keep all students safe. In addition, with the current driver shortage, we simply cannot afford unnecessary driver absences due to illness. Please reiterate to your student(s) the importance of wearing a facemask while riding the school bus. If you have any questions, please contact the Transportation Office at transportation@highlandschools.org or call 330-2391-1901, ext. 1219. Thank you for your consideration.
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