Office of Curriculum and Instruction

Dear Student and Parent/Guardian:

On behalf of the staff of Cloverleaf Local Schools, welcome. Our school district is a place where high academic and behavioral expectations are realized. At Cloverleaf, a district that exemplifies tradition, pride and excellence, we guarantee all students will have the ability to achieve their goals and possess the skills necessary to become contributing citizens by offering an experience-based, innovative core curriculum with diversified elective courses delivered by highly qualified staff in a safe, respectful and caring environment.

To provide the best educational environment for each student, we need your continued support and cooperation. It is the collective responsibility of the Cloverleaf community to build a learning environment that encourages and challenges the individual student to become a self-directed, life-long learner. As educators, we promise to provide an atmosphere in which all students can experience success. At Cloverleaf, we are dedicated to providing the best education for our children in the safest environment possible.

Students, I challenge you to become the best you can be. I also challenge you to make Cloverleaf Local Schools a better place because you walked through the doors and in our halls. I am proud of this community and our schools. I wish you a successful and memorable year.

Adam Lewis
Director of Curriculum and Instruction


Learning Recovery and Extended Learning Plan

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has asked schools and districts to work with their communities and educational stakeholders to help students continue to advance academically and to make up for learning that may have been lost or delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic and related disruptions.

Cloverleaf Learning Recovery and Extended Learning Plan

Cloverleaf Continuity of Services Plan

Cloverleaf Continuity of Services Plan intended to meet the requirements of the American Recovery Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ARP ESSER)

Guide to Ohio School Report Cards

The Ohio School Report Card  measures district and school performance in the areas most critical to success in learning. To help with understanding each aspect of the Ohio School Report Card, the Ohio Department of Education has developed a Report Card Resources Web page. On this page, users can find resources about the Ohio School Report Cards and each individual measure that goes into calculating the grades.

Family Resources



Family supports for this diagnostic and personalized learning program utilized in grades K-5. Please click HERE for more.


A parent support website for this diagnostic utilized in grades 6-8. Please click HERE for more.

Exact Path

More on the personalized learning program utilized at the middle school:


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Kindergarten readiness resources

The Ohio Department of Education's Office of Early Learning and School Readiness has posted new resources for parents and families about the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment or KLA.
Please click HERE to visit the Ohio Department of Education's Web site and learn more.

College Credit Plus

Learn more about Ohio's newly expanded program that allows students to earn college credits while in high school.

Links to Common Core Resources

Ohio's New Learning Standards 
Creation of the Standards. Susan Pimentel, lead writer of the Common Core State Standards for ELA / literacy, explains the process that went into creating the Standards at the 2013 NBC News Education Nation Summit. Nine minute video.
Parent Roadmaps to the Common Core State Standards: Mathematics. Created by the Council of the Great City Schools, this is one of many tools that can help parents better understand the mathematics standards and the use of strategies that are unfamiliar to them.
More ELA lessons from EQuIP. EQuIP has added new sets of mathematics and English language arts lessons and units to its online library.  

Ohio's New Graduation Requirements

House Bill 487 has established new requirements for earning a high school diploma in Ohio. The new rules take effect with the class of 2018, which is entering the ninth grade in the 2014-15 school year. Please click HERE to visit the Ohio Department of Education Web site to learn more.

Annual Public Notice

Participation in the Federal Title Grants
Under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act
Cloverleaf Local School District participates in the federally funded grant programs (Title I – Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged; Title II – Improving Teacher Quality; Title IVB – Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act). These federally funded programs provide supplemental assistance to school districts for supporting the educational program and the provision of a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) to all students. If you have any questions or comments regarding the district’s use of these federal funds, please contact Director of Curriculum and Instruction Adam Lewis at 330-721-3503 or [email protected]. Please contact Director of Special Services Nicole Stalter at 330-302-0316 or [email protected], with any questions or concerns regarding special education services within the Cloverleaf Local School District.


Tech Usage Handbook

Please click the links below for Cloverleaf's parent and student guide to district technology:

2020-21Certified Staff List

Business Advisory Council

In 2018, the Medina County Economic Development Corporation convened representatives from the local business community, the Educational Service Center of Medina County, and five area school districts (including Cloverleaf) to form a Business Advisory Council. Its purpose is to identify skills needed in today's jobs, suggest ways to teach these skills to students, advise schools on career paths available to graduates, and create a better partnership among the business, labor and education communities.
2019 Business Advisory Council Joint Statement
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