Dear Parents, Residents, and Staff;
It is my hope that you have all been staying safe and healthy. For the 2020-2021 school year, the North Ridgeville City Schools prepared diligently for a safe return for our students and staff. The North Ridgeville City Schools will begin the academic year with a hybrid learning option for grades pre-K-12. Due to a significant demand, families were also given the
opportunity to opt in to an online learning option. The decision to go forth with a hybrid learning and online learning option was based on input from staff and parents in a survey that was distributed in the spring. The decision for the learning options were also determined by the administration as the safest option for the health and well-being of our students and staff based on guidelines set by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and the Lorain County Board of Health.
On our website on the Ranger Restart page, I encourage you to read the actions the North Ridgeville City Schools are taking to ensure the safety of our students and staff while also maintaining our high-quality academic programs.
We hope that there is not a need for hybrid learning or online learning for the entirety of the 2020-2021 school year. When conditions allow, the district will work to transition students to a traditional school schedule. It is our desire to get students fully back into the classrooms as soon as it is safe to do so.
I look forward to another successful year working alongside the dedicated community of North Ridgeville and the amazing staff in our schools. Follow us on social media to see all the great happenings in our district.
On behalf of the Board of Education, our students, teachers, staff, and administrative team, thank you for your continued interest and support of the North Ridgeville City Schools. We are all in this together and we will overcome the challenges of 2020. We are Ranger STRONG!