• The In-person attendance and virtual academy hybrid model of learning will be offered as an option for students and parents in Fall 2020. 

    In this scenario, students will attend school two days per week and they will learn remotely from home three days per week. 

    Students will be divided into two groups by last name. Students with the last names of "A-Le" will attend school on Monday and Tuesday and learn from home Wednesday, Thursday and Friday guided by online teachers from Elyria Schools. 

    Students with last names from "Li-Z" will attend school on Thursday and Friday and learn from home Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with the help of online teachers. 

    If this assignment presents a child-care or work scheduling conflict, we've created a simple online form for families that would make it possible to request a change to their student's cohort attendance days. 

    The cohort change form is available at this link (Spanish).  

    School will end each day one half hour early to allow for teachers to check in with the opposite cohort of students on their "learn at home" days. 

    The in-Person Hybrid Plan hours have been adjusted for each level according to this schedule: 

    • Preschool AM: 9:10-11:40 and PM 12:40-3:10 (EECV and Hamilton)
    • Elementary: 9:10-2:40 
    • Middle School: 7:30-1:45
    • High School: 
      • Group 1: 8:30-12:40 
      • Group 2: 9:00-1:10

    In the hybrid plan, the student population has been divided in half to allow for smaller class sizes, less traffic in and around buildings and social distancing when possible.

    Masks are mandatory for students and teachers in school and on busses. Breaks will be provided throughout the day. 

    For full details on the in-person attendance and virtual academy hybrid learning model that is available to parents in the fall of 2020, click here. (Spanish version)

    School supply lists are available at this link

    (Parents and community members must understand that all planning can change depending on the information provided by county, state and federal health o cials. In the event that school again becomes all virtual to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Elyria Schools is prepared to adapt through the Elyria Schools Virtual Academy as detailed within this site.)