MAUMEE, Ohio — Maumee City Schools sent a letter to parents Wednesday, letting them know about their plans for returning to in-person classes from Monday through Friday for students in all grades.
The district added there will be an option for parents who want their children to learn virtually.
District officials said specific details about learning options will be released no later than July 27.
"We anticipate that school start and dismissal times will remain the same and bus transportation will be available this school year, as in past years, however, registration will be required so that the school district can ensure we are providing a safe environment for our students and drivers," district officials told parents.
The district also said parents will have to fill out an online back-to-school form that is available on its PowerSchool Parent Portal account.
Additionally, the district has canceled its back-to-school registration day. Officials said registration day will now be handled directed by schools once the new year begins. This includes paying fees, Chromebook pick up (MHS), receiving agenda book/planner, buying locks and gym shirts, turning in immunization records, updating medication information, and verifying residency.
Information such as supply lists, school fees, bus routes, school breakfast and lunch information will be posted throughout the summer as it is finalized so be sure to visit the back-to-school page of the school district website for this information.