News & Announcements

Meal Distribution Information

Our Nutrition Services department will continue to prepare grab-and-go style breakfast and lunch meals for our families in need. Pickup is on Mondays and Wednesdays at the high school.

Special Edition ComMentor Newsletter

This special edition ComMentor hit mailboxes of all homes and businesses in Mentor last weekend. We wanted to share this with you in an online format because it has a lot of valuable links and information from our community partners.

Be Part of the Solution!

In the coming weeks, healthcare resources will be put to the test – and that includes 911 and EMS services. The City of Mentor and the Mentor Fire Department assisted the Ohio Department of Public Safety this past week with the development of a PSA encouraging citizens to “Be Part of the Solution” and help reduce the strain on first responders.

Get the FACTS!

Keep yourself updated with accurate information. Here are some links to reliable sources and also links to 211 services and local food pantry information.

A Message from the Lake County ADAMHS Board

Our Lake County ADAMHS Board system of care wants to be sure students and families have access to mental health and substance abuse supports during these difficult times. There are a number of free, anonymous supports available in the county, including hotlines/warmlines, text supports, and virtual support groups.

NJHS Application information and changes

NJHS Applications
Attention current 6th and 7th grade students that are interested in applying for NJHS for the 20-21 school year: this year’s application will be available ONLINE only! Applications will have a due date of Monday, April 13th. These will need to be emailed to me at mccloskeyk@mentorschools.org. Please let me know if you have any questions!

Coronavirus Update: Online Lessons, Free & Reduced Lunch Plans and more

As you know, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine closed school buildings for students until at least April 6.  But the reality is… this could last much longer. The Governor has publicly stated this remote learning situation could last through the end of the school year. Today, we want to provide several updates for you.
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