COVID-19 Information for Cloverleaf Families
+ Cloverleaf Plan 
Gov. Mike DeWine has ordered the temporary closure of public school buildings in Ohio until at least May 1 in an effort to contain the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Online instruction for Cloverleaf students began March 30.
Plans for Instructional Continuity:
+ Board of Education Meetings
In accordance with Ohio HB197, Cloverleaf Board of Education meetings will be held remotely during the COVID-19 outbreak. Information on how the public may access the meetings will be posted here.
+ District News 
  • Preschool screening is postponed until further notice.
  • The playgrounds at Cloverleaf Elementary School are closed. 
  • High school students taking Advanced Placement courses must sign up for AP exams by May 1. Please click HERE for more. 
  • All athletic events, practices, and extracurricular activities are postponed.
  • The Cloverleaf Community Recreation Center is closed until further notice.
  • Due to groups congregating on the stadium track and the district's inability to monitor it during the COVID-19 outbreak, the track and all athletic facilities are temporarily closed.
+ Food Resources
Cloverleaf is providing each student with a week's worth of breakfasts and lunches. They may be picked up every Tuesday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Cloverleaf Elementary School. If you, your family, or someone you know can use help with meals during the COVID-19 outbreak, local businesses, Feeding Medina County, and Cloverleaf Schools all have resources available. Please click HERE for details. 
+ Technology Assistance for Students
Chromebooks for online learning may be picked up at Cloverleaf High School on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. If you are experiencing problems with your Chromebook, you may bring it in during this same time to exchange it.
The Cloverleaf technology department is available to staff and students by telephone on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please call 866-779-7748 for assistance with Google accounts, passwords, file and browser issues, devices not working properly, or other related needs.

2019 Community Survey Results

History of NEXUS Funding and Cloverleaf Schools
We first learned about the potential of NEXUS pipeline funding in 2016. Cloverleaf was told at that time the combination of the pipeline and compressor station could generate $5.4 million in the first year for our school district (the funding would decrease 3.3 percent per year until it reached a 15 percent floor level).
Understanding the potential this funding could have for our schools, the Cloverleaf Board of Education knew it had to gauge the prevailing sentiment of our Cloverleaf community on its desire for how we utilize this new funding source. To that end, in December 2017, the board contracted with a research firm: Futuristics Inc., based in Reading, Penn.  Futuristics specializes in statistically significant community surveys.  In our case, a random-stratified sample of registered Cloverleaf voters was created. This means a relatively equal proportion of all 10 Cloverleaf villages and townships would receive the survey and a random number generator would be used to determine who would actually be invited to take the survey. 
After working through the board of education’s finance committee, a number of edits to the survey were made, culminating in a finished product that was administered to 1,011 community residents in September 2019. We received a 28.6 percent response rate which, I am told, is in the average response rate range for this type of survey.  The survey has a margin of error of plus or minus 5 percent.
Survey Results
The entire survey is available by clicking one of the links below. However, here is a summary of a few of the significant findings:
  • 70.6 percent of the survey respondents do NOT currently have children in our schools. 
  • 81.6 percent of the respondents indicated they WILL support all four renewal levies we have upcoming on the ballot over the next six years (2020, 2023, 2024 and 2025).
  • Asked how we should utilize NEXUS funding, the largest percentage of respondents (given four possible choices) feel we should use the funding for a construction project and would support a new operations levy in 2022 or 2023.
  • Asked what type of construction project the district should undertake, the largest percentage stated we should renovate the current high school, turn it into a middle school, and build a new high school behind the current middle school.  (We would then demolish the current middle school.)
The Future 
Subsequent to the survey results, we learned from the Medina County Auditor that the NEXUS valuation for year one is now $7.4 million, not $5.4 million (subject to any appeals filed by NEXUS by Dec. 6, 2019). We likely have a NEXUS funding scenario where we can do a construction project that conforms to the will of our residents and will go well past 2023 before needing to consider any additional operations revenue.
Thank you for taking the time to review the results of this community survey. We will continue to share information on NEXUS funding as details become available.
Daryl Kubilus
Cloverleaf Local Schools
Please click one of the links below for the full results of the 2019 Cloverleaf Community Survey.
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