There is a form that must be completed if your student is to be picked up or dropped off at a location other than his/her home. Public Daycare pick-up/drop-off locations must be on our approved child care facilities list. The pick-up and/or drop-off locations will be the same for every day of the week. In an effort to accommodate childcare needs, a parent may request an alternate bus stop for his/her child(ren) within the schools' attendance area. In order to honor first day of school requests, the request must be submitted by July 15 to the Transportation Dept.
News & Announcements
We miss having our students in school so much! Here's a video we'd like to share capturing some happy moments of remote learning so far in Mentor Schools!
Please view this video update from Superintendent Mr. Porter regarding the latest information surrounding the COVID-19 school buildings closure, an update to the remote learning plan and more.
COVID-19 infections continue to rise in Lake County. As of April 14, there are 121 reported cases of COVID- 19 amongst Lake County residents with over 7,000 reported cases in the state of Ohio.
Kindergarten Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is underway for children who will be five years old on or before September 30, 2020. This process can be done completely online! We recommend registering children as soon as possible to make sure you're connected with us to receive important updates and information.
Mentor Public Library's buildings may be closed, but digital services are still available.
Our Lake County ADAMHS Board system of care wants to be sure students and families have access to mental health and substance abuse supports during these difficult times. There are a number of free, anonymous supports available in the county, including hotlines/warmlines, text supports, and virtual support groups.
We’ve come to the end of two weeks of online distance learning in Mentor Schools and I applaud you all for working with us to do the best we can for our students during this time of national crisis. The next two weeks are both four-day school weeks, so we hope you find some relief with fewer assignments.
As anticipated, COVID-19 is spreading within our community. As of April 2, there are 62 confirmed cases of COVID-19 amongst Lake County residents, although we assume the actual number of those infected is likely much higher.
In the coming weeks, healthcare resources will be put to the test – and that includes 911 and EMS services. The City of Mentor and the Mentor Fire Department assisted the Ohio Department of Public Safety this past week with the development of a PSA encouraging citizens to “Be Part of the Solution” and help reduce the strain on first responders.