Quarantine Procedures Students in Grades 6-12
We appreciate your cooperation in following the Summit County Public Health guidance to quarantine your child in order to help keep the community safe. We know it is difficult to be home from school, especially when your child may not feel sick.
The Hudson City Schools has been working diligently to keep students connected to their everyday classroom instruction and their school routines. Students in Option 1, during Hybrid Model, will have their classes live streamed each day. Students are required to follow their schedule and join the live streamed classes every day. If you have questions, please contact your student’s teacher, school counselor, or the building principal.
- Please call the attendance line (330-653-1300) and let them know that your student is required to be quarantined. Please provide the start date of the quarantine. If you know the end date of the quarantine, please convey that information when you make the call.
- Once you make your initial absence call, you will NOT need to call the attendance office daily unless your child develops symptoms. The initial quarantine information will be used to code the absences and alert the teachers to look for your student in the live stream on their blue or white in-school scheduled days.
- Students attending class via live streaming (see below) will not be counted as absent.
- Students who are ill should take care of themselves first and foremost. Parents should report their child’s absence if they become ill during quarantine (typical procedures). Students missing the live stream will be marked “sick” and counted absent.
- Students will log into Google Classroom to access the Zoom link to attend their live stream classes and access any assignments. All assignments will be turned in via Google Classroom.
- High School students will have access to sign up for virtual assistance via the math lab or writing lab which is staffed by Hudson High School content teachers.
Mental Wellness Supports
- Please contact your student’s counselor if you have questions or concerns about your child’s mental wellness so they can connect you to support or resources.
- Students will still have access to any Google Classrooms set up by the Counselors.