Read about our continued response to COVID-19 and more in the latest edition of our community newsletter.
News & Announcements
Hi, parents and guardians! We hope you are having a wonderful Mentor Schools Online experience and since we can't be there to take photos of your child(ren)'s learning in action - we are hoping you might share some of the fun moments you may have captured!
The Educational Service Center of the Western Reserve (ESCWR) Student Resource Tutoring Center in Lake County is now open, serving students in grades 6-12. Tutoring sessions will be face-to-face and one-on-one/small groups WITH COVID-19 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN PLACE.
This link will take you to a list of dates for the state mandated Spring 2021 Testing. At this time, the state does not have an option for taking the state assessments in a remote setting.
Recognizing the tremendous value Mentor Public Library provides our community, we have developed a new program that will make library digital resources available to all students of Mentor Public Schools.
Good evening. This is a message from Mentor Schools. Due to the weather conditions, and the expected continuation of heavy snow in our area - classes are cancelled for tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16, 2021. This includes all Mentor Schools classes --- for both in-person and Mentor Schools Online students. With the National Weather Service Winter Storm Warning in effect until 1:00 p.m. tomorrow, we are making the call this evening to allow for more time for families to make arrangements. Again, Mentor Public Schools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, February 16, and this includes all of our school buildings as well as Mentor Schools Online. Thank you.
Cardinal Circles provides Mentor Schools’ families with new ways to connect with one another and engage with the district. Click this story to find out more information and to register to join.
NAMI Lake County is joining us again this year to share its Ending the Silence for Families presentation about Mental Illness virtually rather than in-person on Monday, February 22 and Wednesday, February 24, both at 7:00pm via Zoom.
Every year our superintendent gives the business community an update about our school district. This year's presentation focused a lot on our COVID-19 mitigation strategies as well as some other curricular and extracurricular highlights, and at the very end, there's an incredible performance by our choir students. Enjoy!
District parents and guardians are invited to join our Instructional Coaches for short informational sessions to help families better understand and navigate our district resources and tools.