Back-to-School WebsiteCurrent Safety Guidelines for Masks, Social Distancing in Schoolshttps://www.clevelandmetroschools.org/cms/lib/OH01915844/Centricity/Domain/7273/GuidancefoCOVID-19Prevention.K-12%20_%20CDC070921.pdfStudent Dress Expectations
CurfewsMinor children are subject to Curfew Enforcement and will be picked up by the City of Cleveland police if they are out beyond the curfew time set for their age group.605.14 Minor Night Curfew
12 years & under – Darkness until Dawn
13 to 14 years – 9:30 p.m. until 5 a.m.
15 to 16 years – 11 p.m. until 5 a.m.
17 years – Midnight until 5 a.m.
... unless accompanied by a responsible adult over 21 years or family member 18 years or older.
Fines of up to $150 plus court costs will be issued to parents for curfew violation.605.141 Minor Daytime Curfew on School Days
6 to 17 years – 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m.
... unless accompanied by a responsible adult over 21 years or student possesses an authorized note from school.
Fines of up to $150 plus court costs will be issued to parents for curfew violation.
Sometimes emergencies or unexpected situations occur. When this happens, the District must locate a child’s parent or another adult who can care for the child. Emergency information is very important if a child is injured or gets sick, or if the school must close early due to an emergency or weather conditions.
An Emergency Information Form is part of the Student Information Packet. Parents/guardians should complete the form accurately and return it to the child’s school. Changes in information should be shared with the school as soon as possible.
Responsible Sexual Behavior Initiative
The Cleveland Metropolitan School District has become one of the nation's trailblazers for comprehensive sexuality education, including pregnancy and disease prevention with the creation of its Responsible Sexual Behavior Program.
Below are web resource links that will help you prepare and discuss this important issue with your school age children.