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Grades
PARCC, Next Generation Online Assessments & Common Core
ODE Resources
  • ODE Parent's Page -Information and related educational resources for parents, students and the families.
  • ODE Practice Testing - Help prepare your student for graduation testing.
  • ODE Testing - Tools that can help in understanding Ohio's statewide assessments for the OAA.
Resources
  • Digital Safety - a more general informational guide to internet safety but has specific sections on common safety concerns; it covers topics like social media use, keeping kids safe online and password security. 
  • Net Safe Teens - a website with games, videos, quizzes and comics that teaches teens internet safety. It's a fun way to learn about cyber safety (especially the comics). 
  • Online Safety Information - how to protect yourself online
  • Ohio's Parent Mentor Program - click here to view more information
  • Purchase a Chromebook from the USEVS Store
  • Prepay Lunch System - Check and add funds to your student's food account
  • Stop Bullying - Help identify signs of bullying and how to address and report concerns.
BYOD Documents
  • BYOD FAQs - this document contains everything related to our "Bring Your Own Device" program
  • BYOD Permission Form - this form can be downloaded and printed for submission to participate in our BYOD program
Medication Rules for Schools

If your student requires medication during the school day, we ask that you follow these rules to ensure your student receives their medication safely.

  1. Each medication requires an authorization form.  These forms can be obtained at any school office or on the school website.
  2. Prescribed medications require directions and signature of a physician.
  3. Over-the-counter medication authorization forms need to be completed and signed by a parent/guardian and must include direction for giving the medication.
  4. All medication must be brought to the school by a responsible adult and NOT sent in the child's backpack or with another student.
  5. All medications must be in the original container with the student's name on it.  Prescribed medications must have a current pharmacy label.
  6. Any change in medications or directions for giving medication will require a new authorization form.
  7. Students who are responsible and wish to carry their own inhaler or emergency medication may do so with a medication authorization form completed by a physician and signed by the parent/guardian.
  8. A new medication authorization form is needed for each school year.

If you have any question, please contact the school nurse for Upper Sandusky Schools.

Beth Bower RN
419-294-3852 ext. 225

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