Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced on Monday, March 30, that he has extended the mandatory closure of all PreK-12 schools in the state through at least Friday, May 1, 2020.

Please read the schedule for dates and locations of where families can pick up assignments from 11 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.: Learning Packet Pickup Please click here for route information to get into and out of the schools' parking lots easily and safely: Distribution Routes

NOTE: Only those students who have not received assignments from their teachers electronically should be completing the learning packet work. (If students have received their assignments from their teachers, they should complete that work through the use of technology and DO NOT need to pick up a learning packet).

All learning packets can be accessed through these links:

Pre-K - 4th Grade

5th - 8th Grade

High School

As the uncertainty continues around COVID-19 and its impact on family life and learning, Toledo Public Schools has compiled the following information for our students and their families. We will continue to add to this page as we find additional aids.

Important TPS Information

Directory of Teacher Email Addresses

Parent Consent Form to Online and Remote Learning

Special Education Contact Information

COVID-19 and Special Education Information 4-22-2020

FAQ - COVID-19 and Students with Disabilities 4-22-2020

Family College Credit Plus Guidance 4-6-2020

ClassLink Quick Guide

Video on How to Access a Google Classroom and Join a Meet session

Lexia PowerUp System Requirements and Lexia Core5 System Requirements

iReady Parent Information

Apex Information

Teaching PreSchool

TPS Family Resources

Librarians Reading Stories - 1

Librarians Reading Stories - 2

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act)

Remote Learning Supports 

Wide Open School is a free online resource to support families and educators who are transitioning to remote learning as a result of the coronavirus. The website is a good source of quality content that provides educators with the support they need to shift to remote teaching and a one-stop place for families to engage kids who are now learning from home.

Special Education Resources for Families

Educating All Learners

Remote Learning Resources Guide from the Ohio Department of Education

Virtual Field Trip Guide

DayByDay Ohio Family Literacy Calendar 

At Home Learning Resources

Free Audiobooks for Students at Home

Supporting Your Child and Your Family

COVID-19 TPS Community Partner Supports

Fifth Third Bank is offering all families access to 20+ digital courses for students in grades K-12 on critical topics including financial education, mental wellness, compassion, digital wellness, prescription drug safety and more. These resources are available for a limited time during this period of widespread school closures. Signing up for this content is easy! Here are the four steps you need to take:
● Visit the EVERFI Family Portal at https://everfi.com/k-12/parent-remote-learning/
● Select your state
● Select your child’s school name
● Receive the full catalog of age-appropriate courses for your child

KNOW! To Thrive in Uncertain Times

Helping to Build Resilience

Behavior Intervention Specialist Newsletter 1

Germs & Handwashing Science Experiment (video)

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/privacy-and-internet-safety

How to Support Your Child's Health and Well-Being During Ohio's Ordered School Building Closure:
Supporting Your Children

United Way of Greater Toledo

A final message:

Health Partners of Western Ohio wants to make sure students throughout the district are doing as well as possible. It continues to partner with TPS to help students, families and teachers by having healthcare professionals provide health and behavioral health services in person at the Riverside location or via TeleHealth. Please call 567-318-3900 for more information.

Dr. Amy Acton, the director of the Ohio Department of Health, has ordered all Ohioans to 'stay at home,' effective at midnight on Monday, March 23, in an attempt to contain the coronavirus ravaging the country. That means a majority of businesses are closing.

However, one of the exemptions under the order are locations serving grab-and-go food, so Toledo Public Schools will continue to offer meals to all students on weekdays between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Lunch and breakfast for the following day can be picked up at the following locations:

Bowsher High School: 2200 Arlington Ave.

McKinley/DeVilbiss: 3344 Westland Ave.

Jones Leadership Academy of Business: 430 Nebraska Ave.

Rogers High School: 220 McTigue Dr.

Scott High School: 2400 Collingwood Blvd.

Start High School: 2010 Tremainsville Rd.

Waite High School: 301 Morrison Dr.

Woodward High School: 701 E. Central Ave.

This meal service is designed as a drive-thru with one-way entrance and one-way exit.

Families need to call the United Way’s 2-1-1 Support Line 48 hours in advance to reserve meals for their student(s).

A message for College Credit Plus students:

CCP students, we are here to help you. As you progress through the spring semester, please remember the following:

  • Even though Toledo Public Schools is currently not in session, CCP courses have NOT stopped. It is imperative that you continue to do your work and submit it according to the deadlines set by your instructor.
  • Since all CCP courses have moved to online, we need to know immediately if you have technology barriers that are impacting your ability to complete assignments. If you have issues with technology, please contact the CCP administrator at your school. These individuals are listed below:

Aerospace & Natural Science Academy of Toledo: Mrs. Fox-Gallaher - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Jones Leadership Academy of Business: Mrs. Maseman - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Bowsher High School: Mrs. Dorn - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Rogers High School: Mr. Howard - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Scott High School: Mr. Mercurio - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Start High School: Ms. Banks - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Toledo Technology Academy: Mr. Volk - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Waite High School: Mr. Biggs - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Woodward High School: Mrs. Rasmus - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  • There are many people here to help. In addition to the individuals listed above, you have also been assigned contact people at the college/university level and they are also included in this email. These individuals are available to help as needed -  please contact them.

Please know that we will be checking in with you on a weekly basis and reach out to the CCP administrator at your school with any questions.

Dear TPS students and parents:
Thank you to those who went to their respective school today, Monday, March 23, to pick up the current learning packets. This material is designed for students for the next two weeks.
We realize there were challenges at some locations, especially at our high schools. For those students who did not receive assignments, please email your teacher directly. He or she will be able to share the information with you - please include your principal on that email.
We appreciate everyone's patience as we continue to maneuver through the challenges presented to us due to COVID-19 and the mandatory school closures by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine. Thank you.

 

This is a reminder for Toledo Public Schools families that they should pick up their students' learning packets (some schools call them blizzard bags) from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Monday, March 23, at their children's school.

Schools having additional times will communicate that directly with their families.

For the safety of all parents and guardians - and TPS staff members - we will be limiting the number of people entering the building at one time to no more than 10. To adhere to the 'stay at home' order that Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine issued on Sunday, March 22, all TPS buildings will close at end of business on Monday, March 23.

Please know that TPS educators and staff members will contact families through phone calls, emails and social media platforms.

Currently, all schools and essential buildings in the state are to remain closed until Monday, April 6, 2020. If that changes,  plans will be shared regarding centralized distribution of additional learning packets/blizzard bags to students.