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Have you registered your current student for the 2021-22 school year?

  • Will your student be returning to [email protected] next year? 

  • Do we have a current email address for you?

  • Have you been receiving your information in the mail? 

    • Do we have your current mailing address?

  • Have you created an online account with OneView to complete the Annual Registration forms for your student? 

You will receive an email this week with your student invite code. Once you receive the invite code, you’ll be asked to verify information that we already have for your student and complete some new information to register them for the 2021-22 school year.

We are planning for the 2021-22 school year and we need to hear from you by May 7, 2021If you have any questions, please contact: [email protected] or call 614-258-8588.

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Posted Monday, April 19, 2021

Registering for Columbus City Schools Transportation/Transporte de las escuelas de la ciudad de Columbus

Registering for Columbus City Schools Transportation

Step One: In preparation for a possible return to hybrid/in person classes, please complete the online application NOW for a Columbus City Schools transportation route at: email address is required for registration.

***Returning families, please check your CCS Transportation portal to make sure your information is up to date.

Step Two: You should receive an email with a link to complete your online application.

Step Three: Then you should receive an email confirmation that your application has been submitted.

Step Four: CCS Transportation will send your student’s route information separately. Routing can take up to two weeks. Apply TODAY.

For any further transportation questions contact: 

Columbus City Schools Transportation at 614-365-5074 

OR visit 1560 Moler Rd | Columbus, OH 43207

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Posted Monday, February 22, 2021

Interested in attending [email protected] in the 2021-22 School Year? Enroll today!

Do you know someone who might be interested in attending The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University in the 2021-22 school year? Here is an opportunity to learn more about the school!

If you would like to attend the virtual enrollment information session please click here. please e-mail Gail Collins at [email protected] with any questions. Click here to complete an online application. 

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Posted Wednesday, January 6, 2021

TCS Family Crew

The Charles School at Ohio Dominican University is excited to host Family Crew on April 20!  This will be a wonderful opportunity to join together with staff and families to talk about Trauma Responsive Educational Practices at school and beyond. Please join us - everyone is welcome! 

Save the Date: 2021 Family Crew

April 20; 6:00pm – 6:45pm    Via Zoom        April Focus: Trauma Responsive Educational Practices (TREP)

All Charles School families are invited and encouraged to attend!
Click here to join the meeting!

Crew is a Charles School core practice that brings our community together to promote shared understandings and encourage all community members to become Crew, not passengers.  Crew is a vehicle for developing and supporting students socially, emotionally and academically.  It is also an engine for equity and inclusion, a place where all students feel they belong and can succeed.

We have expanded this work to include Family Crews to engage and connect our families with our Crew culture. This year we are hosting 5 evening Family Crew sessions and offering an accompanying Family Crew workbook. Join us on February 23!

All 2021 Family Crew Dates: January 26; February 23; March 23; April 20; May 11

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Posted Tuesday, January 5, 2021


Governor DeWine announced details for Ohio's forthcoming case reporting order for K-12 schools.

Beginning Tuesday, September 8, parents or guardians and school staff should notify their school within 24 hours of receiving a positive test or a clinical diagnosis. Within 24 hours after receiving that notification, the school should notify other parents and guardians about that case in writing, providing as much information as possible without releasing protected health information. The school must also notify their local health department within 24 hours. 

Beginning Tuesday, September 15, and each Tuesday thereafter, local health departments will report the number of newly reported and cumulative cases to the Ohio Department of Health. The Ohio Department of Health will publish this data by school or school district, including a breakdown by students and staff, each Thursday.

"We understand there is a balance between privacy and transparency, and we do not intend for protected health information to be released in our effort to provide information to Ohioans so they can make the right decisions for their family," said Governor DeWine. "Please remember that if a school has positive cases among their students or staff, it does not mean the school did anything wrong. Schools cannot control spread in the community, so it is important to practice safety measures not only in the classroom but also when you’re out in the community."

The order will also require each school district or school to identify a COVID-19 coordinator to facilitate the reporting of case information, and upon request, schools or buildings are required to provide the local health department a copy of their pandemic plan.

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Posted Friday, September 4, 2020

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