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Important Notification for Coventry Elementary Parents

January 16, 2019 A student who attends Coventry Elementary school has recently been diagnosed with pertussis. The student is currently doing well. Pertussis, or Whooping Cough, is a very contagious respiratory illness caused by bacteria that is primarily spread when infected people cough or sneeze. The illness starts with cold-like symptoms, progressing to spasms of coughing, often with a “whoop” sound or vomiting after coughing spells. People of all ages can get pertussis.  However, infants and other children with no or incomplete immunizations are most at risk for this illness and its serious complications, such as seizures and pneumonia.  This is a good time to check your children’s shot records.If your child has a cough, or develops a cough, that lasts more than 7-10 days, please contact your child’s physician and take this letter with you. Pertussis symptoms can last as long as 10 weeks. Those treated with antibiotics continue to be contagious and will need to remain home until completing 5 days of antibiotics. There are many causes of respiratory illnesses in addition to pertussis. Practice good respiratory hygiene and keep your son or daughter home if he or she is ill.  Don’t forget to notify the school .  As always, remember to wash your hands often to prevent the spread of germs.  Read More

Cold & Flu Season

This is the season for respiratory illnesses, including colds, influenza, and pertussis(whooping cough), and pneumonia. Respiratory illnesses can be caused by different germs, most commonly bacteria and viruses.  There are simple ways that these respiratory illnesses can be prevented.  It is important to teach your children the importance of good health manners! Click the link above to read more. Read More

Remind service disruption for Verizon Wireless customers

If you are a parent or student and receive Remind text messages from teachers or administrators AND you are a Verizon Wireless customer, the way you receive Remind notifications is changing. Make sure you don't miss an important message by downloading the Remind app. Click the link above to read additional information.  Read More

Seven Ways to Help Your Kids Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

You hear about the dreaded extra 10 pounds many adults gain this time of year – but kids can also pack on extra weight. When you mix large amounts of goodies and extra calories with time off from school – when kids tend to indulge in sedentary activities like watching TV and playing video games – you get holiday weight gain. “A couple extra cookies or a specialty beverage during the holidays can quickly add up to extra weight gain,” said Lindsay Bailey, a registered dietitian in Akron Children’s Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology. “An extra 500 calories each day contributes to 1 pound a week.” Bailey offers parents tips on how to help their kids enjoy the festivities without packing on the unwanted pounds. Read More

Academic Award and Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to Coventry High School Class of 2018 Academic Award and Scholorship recipients. Please click the link above for the complete list.  Read More
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Vaccine requirements for 7th & 12th graders

The state of Ohio requires all students entering the 7th grade to have the meningococcal vaccine (also known as MCV4, Menevo or Menactra) in addition to one dose of Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis).  Additionally, the state of Ohio requires all students entering the 12th grade to have a second dose of meningococcal vaccine (also known as MCV4, Menevo or Menactra).   If the first dose of meningococcal vaccine was administered on or after the 16th birthday, a second dose is not required. Vaccination is the best way to protect someone from getting the disease.You may obtain these vaccines from your child’s health care provider or other community resource. Vaccines are also available at your local health department. See school website for Summit County Health Department open hours. Students who do not provide documentation of these immunizations to the school this fall are subject to exclusion. If there are medical/religious or philosophical reasons your child cannot receive immunizations, please contact the school clinic for an Immunization Exemption Form. Click the link above for additional information.  Read More

Evening & Outside of School Help for Students

If or when these concerns arise in the evening, we encourage our students and parents/guardians to utilize the following emergency numbers: Summit County Support Hotline (24Hours) – (330) 434-9144; National Suicide Prevention Hotline – 1 (800)-273-TALK (8255); Summit County Suicide Prevention Coalition – (330) 762-3500; Summit County Sheriff’s Department – (330) 643-2181 Read More

Parent Resources

Please click the image to view information from Greenleaf Family Center on depression awareness and suicide prevention. You can find additional information by logging into the parent portal with the username: Greenleaf-par and password: Prevent at http://www.sossignsofsuicide.org. Read More
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Tips for a Healthy February

Please click the link above to access tips from Akron Childrens hospital to stay healthy during cold and flu season.  Read More
EarthEcho Expedition: Water by Design

EarthEcho Expedition: Water by Design

Leading environmental education and youth leadership nonprofit EarthEcho International is bringing 26 U.S.-based middle school teachers from across the country on an exploration of water scarcity in Southern California. Led by explorer and environmental advocate Philippe Cousteau, Jr., EarthEcho Expedition: Water by Design takes place October 23-27, through the support of the Northrop Grumman Foundation. The initiative is part of EarthEcho Expeditions, an annual program that leverages the rich Cousteau legacy of exploration and discovery to bring STEM education alive for today’s 21st Century learners and their educators. Coventry Middle School Educator, Jim Trogdon, was selected from hundreds of applicants nationwide to participate alongside Cousteau and the EarthEcho team on EarthEcho Expedition: Water by Design. Read More
Progress Book Parent Access

Progress Book Parent Access

Progress Book Parent Access Letters for the 2017-2018 school year were sent home the first week of September. If you have not yet created an account, you should have received a letter containing a registration key. Registration keys that were previously issued are no longer valid. If you have already created an account, your login information has not changed. Please click the link above for more information and account assistance.  Read More
New Attendance Law

New Attendance Law

Please click the image above for information regarding Ohio's new attendance law and how it impacts Coventry Local Schools. Read More
Coventry Middle School and EarthEcho

Coventry Middle School and EarthEcho

Mr. Trogdon’s students, along with students from Cleveland Municipal School District, Akron School District, Woodridge Local School District, and Old Trail School will work alongside their teachers, Education Center staff, National Park Service rangers, and Cousteau Jr. for World Water Monitoring Day 2017. The day will focus on water testing, invasive species removal, and tree planting to restore and protect the water quality of the Cuyahoga River Watershed. Read More
2017 Recommended Immunizations for Children

2017 Recommended Immunizations for Children

Please click the image above to view the updated recommended immunizations for children 7-18 from the CDC. Read More
New Graduation Requirements

New Graduation Requirements

To earn a high school diploma in Ohio, you must complete courses and then choose an option to show that you are ready for college or a job. Here’s what you need to do to graduate. Your school counselor will give you more details. Read More
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