Now offering Remote Learning Centers in partnership with Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District

We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District  to offer a Remote Learning Center for the upcoming school year. This center, operating in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, will be a safe, out-of-home space for a limited number of scholars to complete their remote learning.

What is a Remote Learning Centers (RLC)?

This will be a safe, supervised out-of-home location where CHUH scholars can do their remote learning.

Who is eligible for an RLC?

Any enrolled CHUH family is eligible to sign up for an RLC; however, we will only be able to offer a certain number of spaces due to social distancing. In order to be eligible, please complete the required registration below if you are interested and in need. Seats will be limited.

Will transportation be provided?
Yes. Transportation is available from Monticello Middle School, scholars must arrive no later than 7:10am to board the bus promptly at 7:15am to St. Paul’s and returns in the afternoon by 4:30pm. 

Can I drop my child off?
Yes. Scholars may begin arriving to St. Paul’s beginning at 7:30am and picked up no later than 4:30pm. Scholars must be dropped off at the front entrance of the church entering the semi-circle off of Fairmount Blvd. 

When will the RLC be open?
Beginning September 29, 2020 until March 15th, 2021. Any changes will be communicated.  

What will the hours be for the RLC?
Our days and hours of operation have changed to Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7:30am – 4:30pm to align with CHUH’s asynchronous schedule on Wednesday’s.

How do I register for a RLC?
Complete the required form below and we will get touch to complete your registration.

What about ODA Programming?

In addition to the support from ODA during the school day, traditional ODA programming will be offered both before and afterschool.

We’re in this together.

Academic instruction and lessons will be delivered remotely by CHUH teachers while the ODA team provides in-person support, supervision, and care for your kids. ODA Staff will continue to implement ODA programming for you scholar(s) at the RLCs during this time both before and afterschool. If you are a family in need of a safe, supervised environment for you scholar, we encourage you to learn more about this initiative here.

Quick Facts

  • All CDC guidelines will be followed and masks will be required.
  • In order to maintain social distance, there will be a 9:1 student-to-adult ratio.
  • RLC’s will be open Tuesday to Friday, from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm.
  • Masks and sanitizer will be provided.
  • We will provide free breakfast and free lunch to all scholars.

Our new “normal.”

At this time, we are happy to share that we will continue virtual programming throughout all of our districts. We will share more information once we finalize the details.

We are 100% for our kids, and we’ll be there to support you through this challenging times – no matter what.