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Ada schools touches base with the community

Central office remains open - 419-634-6421

Ada school community update March 20
As we come to the end of the first week of our “new normal,” home-based instruction and settle in for the next two (at minimum), we wanted to touch base with you on how to get help and assistance, even if the Central office is closed.

To contact anyone in the district, please follow these guidelines:
The only office that is open at all is the Central office. The members of the central office team are rotating the times they are working remotely and times they are in the office, to minimize exposure to one another. In addition, we are prepared to all work remotely if the governor’s mandates and recommendations should change.

As such, please CALL FIRST before coming to the office at all. If we can resolve your issue withoutany physical contact, we will work to do that, for your safety and ours.

Everyone should call THIS number: 419-634-6421. If no one answers, please leave a detailed message. Someone will be monitoring voice mail during work hours no matter what happens. We will get messages to whomever you are trying to reach.

For those getting meals, we are continuing to provide them as we have this week. It is possible down the road, we may be able to go to an every other day or every third day delivery, but for next week, we will continue as we have been doing. Another big THANK YOU to all of our volunteers and to our cafeteria team who puts things together every day.

If you have students in your home and need any help with the online schooling or the alternative work provided, please email your child’s teacher. If you do not have email, you can call the above number and tell us what teacher you need to call you, and we will relay the message.

We posted an update today about Family Resource Center’s (FRC) services tostudents seeing Mrs. Ruhlen here on campus. We also posted an update from the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board about mental health resources on Tuesday. Review these as needed for further information.

PLEASE follow the Ohio Department of Health’s guidelines for keeping you and your kids safe and thus anyone else with whom they come into contact. These are not snow days. These are days to protect the health and safety of all citizens.
We love our Bulldog students and want them all to be happy and healthy. Sending hugs to them from a distance.