Dear Fairport Families,
The Fairport Harbor Restart Committee reconvened on March 25, 2021, to evaluate our education plan and make modifications allowed because of the newly released guidelines from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Lake County Health Department regarding social distancing. Thank you to all who contributed and provided input during the planning process.
All In-Person learners will follow a five (5) days a week schedule, starting Tuesday, April 6, 2021. Students who wish to remain on remote instruction may still do so. Office hours will still be maintained for remote learners.
This change should remain in effect for the remainder of the 20-21 school year. The arrival and dismissal times will remain the same as they are now: McKinley 8:55 a.m. to 1:40 p.m., Harding 9:00 a.m. to 2:12 p.m.
As we increase our in-person learning, it is essential not to let your guard down. The District will continue to follow all health and safety protocols that we implemented back in September.
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Students in grades 6-12 will be required to test in person at Harding MS/HS.
For questions contact Michelle Jurick at MJurick@fhevs.org or call 440-3354-5400 ext 304
This program is for Lake County students who are in 7th grade at the time of registration.
The Spirit of America program offers Lake County youth who are in seventh grade at the time of registration the opportunity to develop self-confidence, set goals, build social skills, practice self-control, and demonstrate responsible behavior-all while having a great time learning to operate and maintain power craft, paddle craft, and sail craft!
Register at lakemetroparks.com beginning March 8! This summer education program will be offered at no charge to applications received by April 15, 2021.
Applications received. from April 16 to May 21, will be charged a $35 registration fee. No applications will be accepted after May 21. Additional materials and information will be e-mailed upon completion of registration.
For more information, contact Tia Woodard at 440-256-2118 x4112 or email@example.com
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CRT is hosting a Co-Op for graduating Seniors in the month of June. The program is titled “SOAR” – Student Opportunities in Aviation Repair. We first ran the program in June of 2019. We had planned on running the program again this past year but had to scale back based on the environment caused by Covid19. We are back on track for this year and excited to get this started again. The application process is open through next Friday, April 16th and we have room for a couple more graduates. If you can please get the word out to the students in your school districts and/ or pass this information along to anyone you believe may be interested in the opportunity we would greatly appreciate it. We would also love to talk with your students either in person or virtually about the program over the coming week if the opportunity presents itself. Please reach out to me directly if that is possible.
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The Lake/Geauga Educational Assistance Foundation will be holding the following sessions VIRTUALLY on a LEAF Google Meet:
Juniors/Seniors: Skilled Trades - Alternative to a 4-year College
Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 6:30 p.m. If college isn't for you, and you love working with your hands, learn about career opportunities in the skilled trades, apprenticeships, and other vocational postsecondary options that will get your future started.
Juniors/Seniors: Military Enrollment - Alternative to a 4-year College
Wednesday, April 28, 2021, 6:30 p.m. If college isn't for you, learn about career and educational opportunities in the United States military branches that will get your future started.
Juniors/Seniors: Manufacturing - Alternative to a 4-year College
Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 6:30 p.m. Did you know many local manufacturers will pay for tuition reimbursement and training? Get your future started in the new high-tech world of manufacturing. A virtual tour of a manufacturing facility with Alliance for Working Together (AWT).
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ATTENTION: The application deadline for the this year’s premier MEDCAMP program is Friday, April 30, 2021! Please share with your students!
Amid the continued uncertainties surrounding COVID-19, we are anticipating that our premier MEDCAMP program, July 8-10, 2021, will be held virtually this year with a possibility for a campus visit to NEOMED the final day of MEDCAMP, Saturday, July 10.
MEDCAMP is a three-day intensive immersion experience held in the summer, designed to stimulate students’ interests in the sciences related to medicine and to expose them to opportunities in those fields. The program provides “hands-on” experiences in biomedical science workshops involving research, clinical problem-solving and an introduction to the fields of clinical medicine.
We would like to once again extend an invitation for your graduating seniors to apply!
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Current Sophomore or Junior,
Learning About Business (LAB) is an award-winning, total-immersion interactive business camp for high school sophomores and juniors. This one-week camp is held on the campus of Lake Erie College in Painesville, Ohio. The next camp will be held Sunday, June 13th through Friday, June 18th, 2021. In the event that the in person camp cannot be held due to the pandemic, LAB Week will be conducted virtually during this same time period. Participants in LAB Week 2021 are also eligible to earn three college credits and earn the Ohio Means Jobs Readiness Seal for their high school diploma.
Instructors are area professionals and business leaders - guiding the students through six days of teamwork, self-discovery, communication, competition, gamesmanship and entrepreneurial creativity. LAB Week offers participants a week away from home with other high school students on a college campus-a chance to make life-long friends and to have a better understanding of business, both corporate and entrepreneurial.
LAB is looking for future leaders -- young men and women who seek unique challenges and experiences - young men and women who want to expand their academic skills to a world view.
LAB Week provides an opportunity to explore the basics of running a business and make executive-level decisions in a computer-simulation environment where teams of students form and run a virtual drone manufacturing company.
For more information about LAB Week: Website: www.learningaboutbusiness.org (online application available) Phone: 216-543-0071 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org