Ideas that Work, office of special programs U.S. Department of Education

The contents of this website were developed in part under a grant from the US Department of Education, #H328M150052. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government or Project Officer, David Emenheiser.

Ohio Department of Education offers information on child social, emotional health during crisis as well as update on "Stay at Home" order

View as a webpage

each child our future - in ohio, each child is challenged, prepared and empowered

Ohio Department of Education offers information on child social, emotional health during crisis as well as update on "Stay at Home" order

The Ohio Department of Education is working to provide answers to questions you may have related to the ordered school-building closure.

Today, new information has been posted to help parents, families and caregivers with questions about how to support their children’s social, emotional and behavioral health during the coronavirus-related school-building closure. Please see the information posted here for helpful hints, practical steps and resources designed to help adults guide children through these uncertain times.

In addition, in light of the “Stay at Home” order Governor DeWine issued on March, 22, 2020, the Ohio Department of Education is offering information about how the order impacts Ohio’s schools as they continue to provide educational services through alternative means during the ordered school-building closure. Please find this updated information on the Ohio Department of Education’s FAQ page listed here.

Thank you for all you continue to do for Ohio students!

Back Button
Print This Article
Donate