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Chardon High School healing and transition plan

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CHARDON, OH (WOIO) -

As part of the healing process for students, parents, faculty and staff, Chardon schools will reopen school facilities according to the following schedule.

Thursday March 1

  • Faculty and staff are to report at regular times at all district school buildings. Parents are students are invited to return together to their respective schools at the following times:
  • High School: 10-3
  • Middle School: 8-11
  • Elementary Schools: 1-3
  • Counselors will be available in all buildings.

Friday March 2

  • All Chardon Schools reopen for students at regular times. Again counselors will be on hand in all school buildings. 

 

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