The North Royalton City Schools 2021-22 transportation schedules for all students will be available on e-Link beginning Friday, August 13, 2021 after 9:00am.
Any transportation information you view for your student PRIOR to Friday, August 13, 2021 is preliminary information only and not final.
The information you see on e-link represents the status of routes as of the moment you are viewing. The Transportation Office reserves the right to make changes to this information as we meet the changing needs of the student population.
For the safety of all students, the transportation department does not provide bus information for students over the phone.
USDA EXTENDS GRANT TO OFFER FUNDING OF BREAKFASTS AND LUNCHES FOR STUDENTS
The USDA has granted an extension to the funding for our school nutrition program. With this funding, we will be able to request reimbursement for all students to select one "complete" breakfast and one "complete" lunch in our cafeterias every day school is in session. That means breakfast and lunch will again be free of charge to our students every day for the foreseeable future.
During the final weeks of school in spring 2021, we served record-high meals and we anticipate serving even more of our students again in the fall. In order to maintain the flow and ensure all of our students have the benefit of participating in our meal program and the time to enjoy their meals, we have to make some changes to our service model. It is our intention to move to a semi cashless service model.
In a semi cashless model, our cashiers will not have change to provide our students for their purchases. All cash given to our staff will be deposited in whole to the students account for immediate and future use. Because first meals are free of charge to our students, money will only be required for snacks and second meal purchases. In order to keep our lines moving smoothly, we are no longer going to provide change at the point of sale for school meals. We are making this transition because it is in the best interests of our students as a whole to minimize the time in our lines as much as possible in order to ensure that all students have adequate time to consume their meals.
We strongly encourage parents to utilize our Myschoolbucks to control the amount of money for snacks and second meals your students may use and to minimize delays cash handling may bring. We are very excited to continue offering this benefit to our students and appreciate your understanding in the transition to come.
If you have any questions, please reach out to the School Nutrition Department at [email protected].
MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT UPDATE FOR NEW SCHOOL YEAR
All energy recovery units at Middle School have bipolar ionization to clean the air and aid in fighting off viruses, this was added just this past summer to the HVAC system
All High School and elementary buildings air handlers and rooftop units have primary and secondary air filters, secondary air filters are rated Merv 14 and and primary filters are Merv 8. In addition to these air filters each classroom has their own individual air filter.
During the occupied times all blowers,fans and exhaust fans continuously run.This helps to provide fresh air and filter the air through all rooftop units and air handlers conditioning the air in the district.
During unoccupied times the building's exhaust fans will also run 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Each building has many hand sanitizer stations, for example near restrooms cafeterias and outside all classrooms
We will continue cleaning and sanitizing areas throughout the day, these areas include all touchpoints.
We continue to use Procter & Gamble chemicals to disinfect, this product has been recognized by the EPA to kill the coronavirus, this product is included on the EPA list of approved disinfectants on their website.
During the day and in the evenings we will continue to treat the buses, classrooms, sports locker rooms, and buildings with electrostatic sprayers to maintain the cleanliness.