CH-UH City School District updates
Updates from the CH-UH City School District are available at www.chuh.org/COVID-19Information.aspx.
Here is the most recent news:
Breakfast and lunch pickup
During the COVID-19 school closure, many children may face food insecurity. The district's food service partner, AVI Food Systems, has created a plan for meal distribution.
Each weekday, beginning Tuesday, March 17, breakfast and lunch can be picked up from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The setup will be “grab and go” in school entrances, to prevent patrons from congregating in buildings. This food is available for all children, regardless of whether they attend Heights public schools. On Fridays, three total breakfast/lunch combos can be picked up, per child, to last through the weekend.
Meal pick-up locations (use main entrances, except at Noble and Oxford):
- Board of Education building - 2155 Miramar Blvd.
- Boulevard Elementary - 1749 Lee Road
- Fairfax Elementary - 3150 Fairfax Road
- Noble Elementary - 1293 Ardoon St. (use door 10)
- Oxford Elementary - 939 Quilliams Road (use door 2)
- Monticello Middle - 3665 Monticello Blvd.
- Heights High - 13263 Cedar Road
- Zagara's Marketplace - 1940 Lee Road (beginning March 25)
Assistance with accessing online learning
A "Student Technology" tab is now available on the Infinite Campus Parent Portal, so that parents/guardians can assist their students with logging into Google on home computers.
To learn more, go to www.chuh.org/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=6GAU3PI&dasi=3IA0.
College fair at Heights High canceled
Cleveland Northeast Ohio Suburban College Fair, scheduled for March 19, is canceled. A rescheduled date, when determined, will be posted on the district's website (www.chuh.org).
Krista Hawthorne is executive director of Reaching Heights and a proud and grateful Heights Tiger.