Friday, February 26, 2021: Trumbull County Remote Learning Day. For Hubbard Schools, the Trumbull County Remote Learning Day will look a bit different than our usual Wednesday remote day. On Friday, February 26, 2021, remote learning will be used by students as a make-up and/or work completion day while our staff members receive the first dose of the COVID vaccine. No new assignments will be posted nor will there be any virtual meetings. Rather, students will continue to work on materials previously started or complete on-going work for their classes as needed.
Monday, March 8, 2021: Return to face-to-face instruction. During the week of March 8, cohorts A & B will attend classes in person on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Wednesday will be a remote learning day. Tuesday, March 9, 2021: Remote learning day for students in grades 9, 10 and 12 so that the junior class to take the ACT at HHS. Students in grades K-8 and 11 will report to school for face-to-face learning.
Friday. March 12, 2021: No school for all students - Waiver Day.
Monday, March 15, 2021: Cohorts A & B will attend classes in person on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, & Fridays. Wednesdays will be remote learning days. This will be the schedule until further notice.
Questions & Answers
How do I change my student's current learning model?
If you wish to change your student’s current learning model (hybrid to remote or remote to hybrid), you must contact your child's building principal.
Will the district have barriers in place?
The district has purchased additional barriers. The barriers will be prioritized in areas where the district is unable to maintain the recommended social distancing guidelines.
What are the current social distancing guidelines?
According to the Trumbull County District Board of Health, the district is permitted to maintain a social distance of 3 feet in grades K-5, and we must strive to achieve 6 feet social distance in grades 6-12.
What are the current quarantine guidelines?
The district will follow the quarantine guidelines set forth by the Ohio Department of Health and the Trumbull County District Board of Health.
In situations involving a classroom or bus where everyone is properly wearing a mask (the mask must cover the nose and mouth) at all times, individuals will not have to quarantine even if they were exposed.
Any student or staff member who was less than 6 feet away from an infected person for 15 minutes or more, while not wearing a mask or improperly (the mask does not cover the nose and mouth) wearing a mask, must quarantine for 10 to 14 days from their last exposure to that positive person. This would apply to athletics, the cafeteria, and anywhere else where masks are not properly worn at all times or not worn at all.
A quarantined student/staff member may return to school on the 11th day as long as they do not show symptoms of COVID.
Once the quarantined individual returns to school, they are not permitted to remove their mask, even if they are alone in a classroom/office, until 14 days have passed since their exposure. Students/staff members are permitted to remove their masks to eat/drink, but should remain 6 feet away from other individuals.
Athletes who are quarantined due to their exposure are permitted to return to school after their 10 day quarantine expires. However, they are not permitted to return to athletics until 14 days have passed since their exposure.
Students and/or staff who are exposed to a person who has tested positive for COVID outside of a school setting will be subjected to the same quarantine guidelines.
Please note, all of these guidelines are subject to change. The district will continue to follow recommendations and guidelines set forth by the Trumbull County Combined Health District, Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Education.