COVID-19 Information for Cloverleaf Families
+ Cloverleaf Plan 
Gov. Mike DeWine has ordered the temporary closure of public school buildings in Ohio until at least May 1 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 during the COVID-19 outbreak. Information on how the public may access the meetings will be posted here.
+ District News 
  • Preschool screening is postponed until further notice.
  • The playgrounds at Cloverleaf Elementary School are closed. 
  • High school students taking Advanced Placement courses must sign up for AP exams by May 1. Please click HERE for more. 
  • All athletic events, practices, and extracurricular activities are postponed.
  • The Cloverleaf Community Recreation Center is closed until further notice.
  • Due to groups congregating on the stadium track and the district's inability to monitor it during the COVID-19 outbreak, the track and all athletic facilities are temporarily closed.
+ Food Resources
Cloverleaf is providing each student with a week's worth of breakfasts and lunches. They may be picked up every Tuesday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Cloverleaf Elementary School. If you, your family, or someone you know can use help with meals during the COVID-19 outbreak, local businesses, Feeding Medina County, and Cloverleaf Schools all have resources available. Please click HERE for details. 
+ Technology Assistance for Students
Chromebooks for online learning may be picked up at Cloverleaf High School on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. If you are experiencing problems with your Chromebook, you may bring it in during this same time to exchange it.
The Cloverleaf technology department is available to staff and students by telephone on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please call 866-779-7748 for assistance with Google accounts, passwords, file and browser issues, devices not working properly, or other related needs.

CES Peaceful School Bus Program

CES Peaceful School Bus Program

May 28, 2013

Dear Parent/Guardian:

As you probably already know, Cloverleaf Elementary School implemented the Peaceful School Bus Program this school year to cut down on student behavior problems on our school buses as well as create a sense of community and responsibility among students riding the bus.  Students who ride together on a bus, as well as their bus driver, met a total of four times this school year in our building with a bus route group leader (Classroom Teacher).  At these meetings, students participated in a variety of activities that enabled them to get to know each, develop a group identity, and work towards making their bus more peaceful.  For example, students worked together to create a name for their bus as well as a bus handshake.  Students also discussed the differences between a peaceful and unpeaceful bus, and they developed a plan to make their bus more peaceful.  Additionally, students were educated about bullying and the different roles individuals can play when a bullying situation occurs.  Lastly, students discussed and role played strategies they could use to solve different problems that may occur on the bus.

Now that our first year with the program is almost complete, we need your feedback.   We ask that you take a few moments to complete a Parent Survey based on your bus experiences from this past school year.  This information will be valuable to us in improving and continuing to develop the program to best fit everyone’s needs.  You can fill out the Parent Survey by clicking HERE.

Thank you for working with us in this program. If you have any questions/concerns, please contact Elissa Ray or Lara Stafinski at (330) 721-3841. We thank you in advance for your support. 


The Peaceful School Bus Committee

Gary Drollinger, Annette Dudas, John Ewart, Jennipher Grace, Laura Hadley, Chris Henn,  Pat Haumesser,  Mary Loveless, Sherry Myers, Elissa Ray, Lara Stafinski, and Joyce Stephenson

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