TWINSBURG – Gov. Mike DeWine announced Monday that schools statewide will be closed through May 1 to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

As a result, Twinsburg’s teachers and staff will continue to teach the district’s students remotely, said Superintendent Kathryn Powers in a message sent to Twinsburg parents today.

"We are excited to welcome our students back from spring break tomorrow and to provide them with rich classroom instruction," Powers said. "School is going to be very different, but we are committed to ensuring that this remote learning environment is student-centered, standards-based and exciting for our Tigers."

The district plans to follow the school calendar, so students will be off April 10 through 14 for the extended spring holiday weekend, Powers said. School will resume April 15.

Report cards for the third grading period will be available to parents in Progress Book on April 9, Powers said. Those who need assistance in accessing your child’s report card in Progress Book, should contact EMIS Coordinator Carol Friihauf at cfriihauf@twinsburgcsd.org. Intervention Specialists will be in touch with parents with regard to third quarter progress reports.