SHAKER HEIGHTS, OH — The Shaker Heights Schools have extended the deadline for families to enroll in online learning models for high school education.
“We’ve received some feedback from High School families that they need additional information about the High School onsite plan in order to decide if the online option is best for their student/family,” the district said on social media.
Originally, families needed to enroll in an online-only education model by Sept. 29. That deadline has been extended.
“In the coming weeks, the district will provide High School families with details of the onsite learning plan for High School students during the 2020-2021 school year. An additional opportunity to opt into the online option will be provided to all High School families at that time,” the district said.
Enrollment plans that have already been submitted will be used to power the district’s reopening planning process.
According to the Shaker Heights Schools dashboard, there are currently no active cases of COVID-19 among students or staff.