With the latest updates regarding the Coronavirus, school districts have been encouraged to share key information with parents, staff, and the local community. Click here for the most current information about COVID-19, also known as the Coronavirus, and how the district will respond to a potential concern.
COVID-19 has disrupted life as we know it. Stress and uncertainty can lead to unpleasant effects, such as stigma about certain people. Some kids may come face-to-face with negative attitudes and beliefs toward those who contract COVID-19 — making it in many ways the modern-day cooties. Click here to read more.
The district uses an all call system as needed for all urgent and non-urgent announcements throughout the school year. To confirm and/or ensure that your contact information is accurate, please login to the OneView Portal. Primary and secondary phone numbers associated with Parent/Guardian #1 & Parent/Guardian #2 will be included in distirct all-calls. Click here if you have any problems accessing the forms or creating an account.
Yearly wellness visits with your primary care doctor are an important way to keep your body and mind healthy. Click here for the informational flyer.
Click here for additional information about counseling from Greenleaf during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kids today are growing up immersed in digital media. From streaming TV and movies to video games and social media, there’s no denying screen time is a way of life for them. So it’s no surprise that children spend an average of seven hours each day on entertainment media, including TV, tablets, smartphones and computers, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). The good news is media can have a positive impact on kids, contrary to what was once believed. It can be creative and engaging to spark imaginations, as well as educational.
Riverside Alliance Church has partnered with Coventry Local Schools to help address an important need, student hunger. With the Coventry Cares program, twice a month, Riverside Church is packing bags of food to go home with students over the weekend.You can help by bringing donations of the most-needed food items to the main office of any Coventry School or to Riverside Alliance Church for use in the bags.
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
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.