Cloverleaf COVID-19 Response Information
 + 2020-21 School Year Information
On June 4, a task force comprised of parents, students, business leaders, 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. Aug. 5 meeting of the Cloverleaf Board of Education will be a virtual meeting.  It may be accessed by phone by dialing 1-646-558-8656. When prompted, enter meeting ID 827 4789 1729. When prompted, enter password/participant ID 977111. Click HERE to access the meeting online.


+ 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.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Does my child need to be using the restroom independently to attend preschool?
A: No. Preschoolers identified with disabilities are not required to be independent in the restroom. We work on self-help skills and building independence daily. Peer model preschoolers MUST be independent in the restroom.
Q: Are waivers available for monthly peer model tuition?
A: At this time we do not accept waivers or have scholarships available for peer model students. Students with disabilities are not required to pay monthly tuition.
Q: How do teachers address all students' needs with typically developing students and students with disabilities?
A: All students are assessed using our curriculum-based assessment at the beginning of the school year to determine their strengths and areas of improvement. Based on these results, teachers create an array of small-group, large-group, and independent work to build all students' skills. All students' progress is monitored and reported according to the primary grading periods. Low student-to-teacher ratios allow for direct, individualized, one-on-one instruction opportunities.
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