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  • Solon Schools Earn #1 Ohio Report Card

    The Solon Schools today are celebrating the hard work and effort of students and staff for earning the #1 achievement score on the 2022 Ohio School Report Card. This is the 7th consecutive time the Solon Schools have received the top achievement mark on the state report card.  Specifically, the Solon Schools earned the highest achievement score statewide, with a performance index of 110.1. The district also received 5 stars on each of the rated component areas on the newly designed state report cards. Ohio transitioned this year from giving letter grade ratings of A through F to star ratings of 5 through 0 on Achievement, Progress, Gap Closing, Graduation and Early Literacy. Additionally, each Solon School received 5-star achievement ratings and performed in the top 10 statewide for their respective grade levels.

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  • 23 Solon High School Seniors Named 2023 National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalists

    Solon High School is applauding the achievement of 23 members of the class of 2023 who have been named as semi-finalists in this year’s National Merit Scholarship Competition.   The 23 Solon seniors named as National Merit Scholar semi-finalists for 2023 are: Dev Ahuja, Morgan Blackford, Matthew Charney, Wonwoo Choi, Harry Deng, Amy Duan, Aakarsh Garg, Angelene Getz, Eshan Haq, Brian Hong, Erik Li, Zimiao Meng, Alexander Mester, Viresh Mittal, Laura Mo, Hannah Olszweski, Helen Otterman, Vanessa Polster, Manikantha Puram, Prahalad Rao, Vikram Sundaram, Yiqing Tang and Aria Wei.

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  • Solon Comets to Join Suburban League Athletic Conference

    The Comets will begin the transition to the Suburban League as soon as competition schedules allow and procedural steps are completed for the district to exit the Greater Cleveland Conference and formally join the Suburban League. The Comets will be in a division with Brecksville-Broadview Heights, Hudson, Nordonia, North Royalton, Stow, Twinsburg and Wadsworth.

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  • OPEN Program: Taking the Zones Home

    The Solon Organized Parent Education Network invites you to learn about the Zones of Regulation and how they can be used at home to help students with self-regulation during the upcoming educational seminar on September 13 at 7 p.m. at the Solon Board of Education. Myshl Beyer, MOT, OTR/L, of the Center for Life Skills will explain how to implement the Zones of Regulation in the home environment as well as share additional parenting resources. No registration is necessary to attend. This program is geared toward families with students in grades preschool to 5.

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  • COVID Protocols for 2022-23

    As we started back to school for 2022-23, the CDC, the Ohio Department of Health and the Cuyahoga County Board all updated their COVID-19 guidance for K-12 schools. Our schools are following that guidance. We continue to monitor our case data, report positive cases to the CCBH as required and send classroom notifications to families to let them know of their child’s potential exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 so they can watch for symptoms. Each of these notifications asks families to keep their students home if they are ill or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 and to notify the principal right away if their child tests positive.

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