Important Message from Steven Chrisman, Superintendent

March 20, 2020: 

I am hoping that this message is finding you and those closest to you doing well.

As you are no doubt aware, this COVID 19 pandemic is unprecedented and unpredictable. Last Thursday the 12th [March], Governor DeWine closed schools for three weeks. At that time we certainly hoped to see all of our staff and students back in our building teaching and learning by April 6th. To that extent, I communicated with you that the Career Center would be using our four calamity days allotted to us and make up the five days into June. While there is no official change to the Governor’s orders, we need to start to plan for an extended break.

The Career Center administrative team and technology team have collaborated with both our career technical instructors and our academic instructors. I am proud of the efforts of all involved and the Career Center is now prepared to begin delivering online instruction immediately. I know — you are on Spring Break next week. But on April 6th, teaching and learning will continue. Unfortunately there are going to be some lab experiences that simply cannot be replicated but we are committed to doing the best that we can.

Instructors will be contacting students directly via email with instructions on how to access these learning opportunities. Teachers will be using Google, Moodle and WebAssign to deliver instruction. We need the help of the parents and guardians to encourage students to make contact with their teachers and complete these online assignments. We will continue providing information as it becomes available. Please continue to check our website and find the tab COVID 19 for more information. Thank you and stay healthy.

The Medina County Career Center is committed to the education and safety of our students and staff.

MCCC Online – General information and links to contact MCCC faculty and staff

Distance Learning Hub – Links to access online learning courses by department.

MCCC Student Services – Mrs. Swartz, Student Assistance Specialist, provides academic, career and personal/social support and resources to MCCC staff, students and families. She can be reached at

Frequent Monitoring

Due to this incredibly fluid situation, be aware that the MCCC will work under the guidance of the Ohio Department of Health and the Medina County Health Department regarding recommendations, closures and quarantines.

Have Questions About Coronavirus?

Ohio Department of Health Now Offering Call Center

The call center will be open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and can be reached at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634).

The Ohio Department of Health has announced that it has opened a call center to answer the increasing amount of questions about COVID-19 coronavirus.  Call center staff includes licensed nurses and infectious disease experts. They will be available to answer questions and provide accurate information about COVID-19, the risk to the public and the state’s response.

March 20, 2020:  Message from the Medina County Health Department