• What You Need To Know:
    COVID-19 (coronavirus)




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  • Annual Information and Emergency Contact Update

    Log in information for the Annual Information and Emergency Contact Update system has been emailed to parents. Families should check their email box for the message with directions and the snapcode for each Solon student.

    Using the individualized link in the email is the easiest way to complete the online forms. If you have your child's snapcode, you may navigate to PowerSchool Enrollment directly.

    Please be sure to complete your Annual Information and Emergency Contact Update for each child by October 15. Thank you!

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    Solon City Schools, a diverse collaborative learning community of families, staff, and community members, will ensure all students attain the knowledge and skills to succeed and become contributing, ethical citizens in a global society, through our unwavering commitment to inspire every student to achieve personal excellence.

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District Headlines

  • Weekly Update for December 3 - Testing

    The Ohio Department of Health distributes free proctored at-home testing kits through local libraries, including our Solon library branch. These are the Abbott BinaxNow Home Test kits we are able to accept to confirm positive results.

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  • Weekly Update for November 23 - Thanksgiving Break

    As we head into Thanksgiving break, our school community, the 44139 area and northeast Ohio continue to experience spikes in confirmed cases of COVID-19 cases. We encourage you to celebrate safely over this 5-day weekend as you gather with family and friends.

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  • Weekly Update for November 19 - Student Vaccination Clinic

    We have finalized details for an optional vaccine clinic for Solon students ages 5-11 in cooperation with our health clinic partner, PSI, and Greater Cleveland Pediatrics. The first dose clinic will be held at the Solon Community Center on Thursday, December 9, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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  • Weekly Update for November 12 - Spike in Cases

    This week, our school community experienced a significant spike in reported cases of COVID-19, with 28 students and 4 staff members testing positive. This is the highest number of confirmed positive cases in a week to date this year. The increase was not unexpected following Halloween festivities and the majority of impacted students are in grades Pre-K to 6, who remain unvaccinated at this time.

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  • Weekly Update for November 5 - Lifting Indoor Event Capacity Limits

    For now, we are maintaining our mask requirements for all grades so that we can evaluate the effect of Halloween for a full 14 days. Looking ahead, we are lifting the capacity limits for our indoor events and concerts in the high school auditorium and school gyms.

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