Cloverleaf COVID-19 Response Information
 + 2020-21 School Year Planning
 
On June 4, a task force comprised of parents, community members and staff began the process of planning for the 2020-21 school year. Please click HERE for periodic updates from Superintendent Daryl Kubilus.
 
+ District News
  • The Cloverleaf Community Recreation Center is open. Please click HERE for more.
  • Athletic facilities, including the stadium track, are closed until further notice. 
  • Safety City has been canceled.
  • Preschool screening is postponed until further notice.
  • The playgrounds at Cloverleaf Elementary School are closed.
+ Board of Education Meetings
 

In accordance with Ohio HB197, the 6 p.m. July 15 meeting of the Cloverleaf Board of Education will be held remotely. Information on how to access the meeting will be posted here.

 
+ Food Resources
 
Throughout the summer, Cloverleaf is continuing to provide each student with a week's worth of breakfasts and lunches every Tuesday from 5:30 to 7 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.
 
 
 
 The 4 BIG Questions that Drive Our Work                                  
 
 
Cloverleaf High School is a Professional Learning Community committed to student learning.  As a PLC, we are guided in all of our work by the 4 essential questions regarding student learning.  The 4 questions drive our PLC meetings, instructional planning, scheduling, curriculum decisions, and programming.  
 
 
 
WHAT DO WE WANT STUDENTS TO LEARN?
 
  • Ohio's Learning Standards (See Ohio's Learning Standards HERE).
  • Curriculum maps aligned to state standards, prioritized in the PLC process (Click HERE for maps our teachers have created).
  • Vertical alignment
  • PLC determination of expected performance levels of students.
  • Unit learning targets aligned to standards posted or otherwise explicitly articulated to students.
HOW DO WE KNOW THEY'VE LEARNED IT?
 
Classroom/PLC Level:
  • Instructional strategies that plan for frequent questioning and other informal assessment of learning.
  • Common summative assessments (Teachers in same course give identical or very similar tests).
  • Collaboratively created rubrics and checklists.
  • Ohio State Tests in English, Algebra, Geometry, American History, American Government, and Biology (Click HERE for more information on Ohio's testing system).
  • Reading comprehension benchmarking as appropriate.
  • Results analysis of common assessments and state assessments.
  • Pursuit of missing assignment.
  • Redos and retakes of assessments as supportive to student learning. 
HOW DO WE RESPOND WHEN THEY DON'T?
 
Classroom level:
  • Reteaching
  • Differentiated instructional strategies
  • Specialized instruction (per Individual Education Plans).
  • Specific, actionable, standards-aligned feedback to students to support learning.
  • Accommodations as appropriate.
  • Retakes/Redos as appropriate.
  • Executive function support.
  • Analysis to target specific deficiencies (teacher level or in PLCs).
  • Referral to Student Assistance Team.
  • Teacher consultation with peer, expert teacher, psychologist, literacy specialist, school counselor, instructional coach.
Building Level:
  • Math Lab (math tutoring, test corrections and retakes, homework support).
  • Co-teaching classrooms (Classes staffed by both a content area specialist AND an Intervention Specialist.
  • Intervention Courses (remedial or differently paced).
  • Retention/ Summer School.
  • Credit Recovery.
  • Implementation of Student Assistance Team developed Intervention Action Plan
  • After-school math and homework support (available to ALL students).
  • Colt Study Tables (by assignment or walkin)
WHAT DO WE DO TO EXTEND/DEEPEN LEARNING WHEN THEY DO?
 
Classroom Level:
  • Differentiated instruction.
  • Enrichment.
  • Celebration!
  • New or deeper learning.
  • Student choice.
  • Teacher recommendation to more challenging courses.
Building Level:
  • Honors courses in English, Math, Science, and Social Studies
  • Advanced Placement Courses:  
    • AP English Literature and Composition, AP English Language and Composition
    • AP Calculus AB, AP Statistics
    • AP United States History, AP United States Government and Politics, AP European History
    • AP Art
    • AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Physics.
  •  College Credit Plus Courses (On campus).
    • Beginning Spanish I, Beginning Spanish II
    • English Composition I, English Composition II
    • US History to 1877.
    • Biotechnology.

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