This month's video update focuses on the Solon Community School District's mission: "Engage each and every student in rigorous and relevant learning experiences, maximizing achievement through...
Solon Drama’s Freaky Friday! When an overworked mother and her teenage daughter magically swap bodies, they have just one day to put things right again. By spending a day in each other's shoes,...
The Solon School Board adopted an annual "Moratorium Week" in the school calendar. All school facilities will be closed Sunday, July 26 – Sunday, August 2, 2020. You can view current and future...
Mark your calendars! The 11th Annual SHS Empty Bowls Luncheon to End Hunger will be held on April 4, 2020! All monies raised will be donated to
and the Solon Food Pantry. Help us make it our best year yet! #SolonStrong #ArtWithHeart
When in schools today, I was asked by several about the cold front coming later today and possible impact on school tomorrow. The National Weather Service has issued a windchill Advisory, which predicts the "real-feel" could drop to -25 degrees. In the past we've delayed or cancelled school for Windchill Warnings, but never for Advisories. A Warning is issued when temperatures fall below -30 degrees.
The National Weather Service is NOT predicting temps to fall below -30 degrees so I anticipate our schedule will run normal tomorrow. There is a risk of slick roads and limited visibility in the morning, depending on the amount of snow we receive tonight so we will monitor that closely. In the case of a delay, we will not release early. Based on the National Weather Service, it appears we will be able to run a normal schedule tomorrow.
For immediate updates, download the district app, (Solon CSD) and turn on the Notifications.