The entire staff would like to extend our appreciation to the students, parents and community members for their efforts to curtail the spread of the COVID19 virus during the last school year. The schools in Mercer County were fortunate to have in class learning continuously from August 2020 to May 2021. We are prepared for an exciting school year full of in class learning opportunities for all of our students.Changes for 21-22:The wearing of masks will be optional for this school year. This means that parents and students who wish to wear a mask at school and for school activities will be supported in their decision by the staff of FRLS.The only limits to event occupancy will be based on maximum room and facility limitations.There will not be any requirements for social distancing in our classrooms or at events.The school drinking fountains will be turned back on. However, our students will still be permitted and encouraged to utilize the water bottle filling stations which were added in 2020.Safety Protocols which remain in place for 21-22:Our staff will continue to provide hand sanitizer stations, maintain rigorous cleaning cycles in each building and encourage frequent hand washing.Most permanent safety glass and plexiglass barriers will remain in place in our offices and cafeterias.We will continue to monitor the situation. Changes based on variants or other health concerns are always possible during the 2021-2022 school year.
Posted Thursday, July 1, 2021
Fort Recovery Local Schools has prepared this Learning Recovery & Extended Learning Plan to ensure compliance with Ohio Department of Education Rules related to ESSER III Funds. Comments related to this plan can be provided by community members by calling our district office at 419-375-4139Fort Recovery Learning Recovery & Extended Learning Plan.pdf
Posted Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Officers from local law enforcement agencies conducted a search of the high school premises with their respective K-9 units on Monday, May 10, 2021. The K-9 units search serves many important purposes for providing a safe academic environment for everyone connected with the educational system. It also serves as an appropriate training exercise for all participants, especially the dogs.Prior to the officers initiating the search, the faculty, students and staff were informed of the situation via the public address system and the building went into a “lockdown.” During this type of lockdown classroom teachers proceed with their normal course instruction so that the learning process is not interrupted. Our students and staff conducted themselves appropriately as directed.
Posted Monday, May 10, 2021
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Posted Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Position Title: Athletic/Transportation DirectorPosted: February 23, 2021Company: Fort Recovery Local SchoolsIndustry: Education
Posted Tuesday, February 23, 2021
The all new Culture and Commitment Guide is HERE. Click on the image below to view it now. The guide will be available under the district tab of the website as well.
Posted Friday, December 11, 2020