March 23, 2020:  With the Governor’s recent “Stay at home” Order we are planning for MCCC’s students’ online instruction. Students should expect assignments from their teachers beginning April 6, 2020. Each teacher will be inviting your student to one of the following: Google Classroom, Moodle, or WebAssign (Science). Please ensure your students are checking their MCCC email ( | password) at least twice daily.

We are working furiously to provide opportunities to our students for credential attainment. Many certifying agencies have already agreed to provide these opportunities to our students online.

For additional and updated information please visit the MCCC COVID-19 page.

MCCC Resources

Most resources available to Medina County Career Center (MCCC) students are accessible by logging in with their MCCC email address and password.  If students are unable to login to a resource/website provided by their instructor, please email instructor for support.

MCJVS2 Dashboard – Provides easy access to resources including the Distance Learning Hub

Contact MCCC Personnel

During the mandate closure of the Medina County Career Center, the best method to reach staff and faculty is through email.  Instructors will be also holding virtual office hours (information found in their online courses/classrooms)

Please access the directories below for email addresses:

Adult Education Directory

High School Directory

Facilities & Technology

Superintendent’s Office

Treasurer’s Office

Internet Access

As of March 16, 2020, Spectrum Community Assistance is offering two free months of internet and WiFi to help households with students in Pre-K to 12 and/or college with their remote education.  They also  continue to offer Spectrum Internet Assist, high-speed broadband program, to eligible low-income households.

Please contact Spectrum at 855.892.2072 for additional information.

General Guidelines For Distance Learning

  • Set up a work area for your student at home away from TV/social media distractions
  • Come up with a schedule, but let your child have input. Distance learning doesn’t have to be between regular school hours. Set aside study times, break times and recreation times that make the most sense for your child.
  • During work times – consider limiting phone/social media access. We know when the phone is nearby focus on work declines substantially. There may be times when phone access is appropriate during work time, like a group project or study session over the phone with friends. There should be a balance, but many aspects of distance learning will be individual.
  • Communicate with other parents to see how you can help each other get through this challenging time via your smartphone, Skype, or FaceTime, etc. to connect with other parents and share ideas
  • Please encourage your child to contact their teachers when they have questions or need clarification.