COVID-19 Information for Cloverleaf Families
Gov. Mike DeWine has ordered the closure of public school buildings in Ohio through the end of the 2019-20 academic year 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. Information on how to access the next meeting will be posted here.
+ District News 
+ Food Resources
Cloverleaf is providing each student with a week's worth of breakfasts and lunches every Tuesday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Cloverleaf Elementary. Local businesses and Feeding Medina County also have resources available. Please click HERE for details. 
+ Addiction and Mental Health Support Services 
+ Technology Assistance for Students and Staff
The technology department is available by telephone on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please call 866-779-7748 for assistance.

2019 CHS Report Card Highlights

At CHS, we have established a culture of continual improvement, and our ever-improving achievement reflects this.  
We are proud to share the following highlights from the 2019 Ohio Department of Education report card.
80% or more of students scored at least proficient... 
American Government, American History, Biology, English I
INCREASED scores in . . . 
Algebra, American History, Biology, English I, Geometry
Student Attendance Improvement Indicator:


Student Test Retake Improvement Indicator:


Performance Index (For example, did more students score higher than proficient?)

Index improvement of 1.5

4-Year Graduation Rate:
From a C in 2018 to a B in 2019
Gap Closing (Are we making improvements with students with disabilities?)

From a C in 2018 to a B in 2019

Progress/ Value-Added (Are all students growing from wherever they began at the beginning of the school year?)

From a D in 2019 to a B for 2019

  • We boast 17 AP Scholars recognized for their expectional performance on AP exams in the spring of 2019.  Additionally, ELEVEN students achieved a score of 5 on an AP exam, the highest score possible.
  • The average AP exam score (despite an overall trend of increasing AP enrollment) increased in AP Art,  AP Biology, AP Calculus, AP Chemistry,  AP American History, AP American Government, and AP Physics.
  • The graduation rate for the Class of 2019 (which will be scored on the 2020 report card) was 96%- which will earn us anfor this component.
  • Article looking at school rankings adjusted for income.  Very interesting. 



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