Meal Distribution During Remote Instruction
During remote instruction, Cloverleaf is providing five breakfasts and five lunches to ALL Cloverleaf students at no cost. Meals are available for drive-through pick-up each Thursday at Cloverleaf Elementary School, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 4 to 6 p.m. No sign-up is required.

Please note there will be no meal distribution on Nov. 26 due to Thanksgiving break. Students received a double portion of meals on the Thursday prior to Thanksgiving and will receive another double portion the Thursday before winter break on Dec. 17. We hope you have a safe and happy holiday season.

Cloverleaf Community Prevention Coalition

Did you know that according to Cheri L. Walter, chief executive officer of the Ohio Association of County Behavioral Health Authorities, there has been a 900 percent increase in the number of opiates prescribed for pain per Ohio resident?

Ohio’s prescription drug abuse is epidemic. Fatal overdoses have quadrupled in the last decade. In response, Gov. John Kasich has announced $36 million in new spending to address this issue on a number of levels. The Obama Administration also announced plans to fight prescription drug addiction nationally. Many Medina County families are experiencing the devastating consequences related to this abuse, grieving for loved ones whose lives have been devastated or lost.

As concern has increased, Cloverleaf Prevention Coordinator Deb Bican, with the support of Superintendent Daryl Kubilus, collaborated with representatives from local law enforcement, clergy, government, school administration, business and private citizens, to form the Cloverleaf Community Prevention Coalition. The coalition’s mission is to identify, evaluate, raise awareness, and eliminate substance abuse within the borders of the Cloverleaf Local School District.

In addition to educational material, we will be posting information about coalition projects or special events. If you would like more information about the coalition please contact Deb Bican at 330-721-3504 or email to [email protected].


Daryl Kubilus -- Cloverleaf Superintendent
Deb Bican -- Cloverleaf Prevention Coordinator
Brandy Miracle -- Cloverleaf Student Assistance Counselor
Dep. Dave Pries -- Cloverleaf Student Resource Officer, Medina County Sheriff’s Department
Bart Randolph -- Cloverleaf High School Assistant Principal
Rose Marie Torma -- Cloverleaf High School Assistant Principal
Chief Kent Patterson -- Westfield Center Police Department and MCDAC Board Member
Tadd Davis -- Medina County Drug Task Force
Chief Keith Keough -- Lodi Police Department
Pastor Robert Powell -- Relation with Christ Ministries, Lodi
Dan Goodrow -- Former mayor, Village of Lodi

The Cloverleaf Local Schools prevention program is funded by
the Medina County Drug Abuse Prevention (MCDAC) Anti-Drug Levy


Mission Statement

The Cloverleaf Community Prevention Coalition is an organization created to identify, evaluate, raise awareness and eliminate substance abuse within the borders of the Cloverleaf Local School District.

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