School Closure - Community Email #4



Starting next Wednesday, March 18th, we will have centers around the community where families can pick up lunch and breakfast items for their students. We will have these centers available on March 18, 20, 30 and April 1 and 3. We will provide two days of food for each child which will include breakfast and lunch. We will not be serving over spring break.


We will serve at the following sites:


1.  Eastwood High School 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  Meals can be picked up in the office.

2.  Eastwood Administrative Office (Pemberville Elementary building) 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (We will be serving out of the gymnasium) Signs will be posted on which door to use.

3.  Troy Villa 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (We will park the bus at the Club House and serve out of bus)

4.  Zion Lutheran Church, 303 Park Drive, Luckey.  Corner of Eddy Street and Park Drive   11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.  (We will park the bus in the parking lot across from the church and serve out of the bus)

5.  St. John's Lutheran Church, 5520 Fremont Pike in Stony Ridge 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (We will park the bus in the church parking lot and serve out of the bus.


We will have a bus driver and a cook on the bus when serving.


All meals will be a grab and go.  


Breakfast: We will follow the federal school breakfast regulations.  Meals will consist of a pop tart OR cereal box, a grain, juice and a milk.


Lunch:  We will follow the federal school lunch regulations.  Meals will consist of a sandwich, fruit, vegetable and milk.


We will be serving peanut butter sandwiches on certain days.  If you have a child with any type of allergy, please contact Laurie Ruch at 419-833-6411 or and a substitution will be made.


If you cannot make these serving times and would like a meal delivered to your house, please contact Laurie Ruch at 419-833-6411 or


To all of you who emailed me last night offering your help, we can only say thank you!! We may have a role for you to play at some point, but we are in good shape for the next couple of weeks.




I cannot emphasize some items in here enough. Kids must look at the next couple of weeks like we are in school with a remote location. They need to have a schedule that resembles what a normal school day looks like. They need to get up and eat breakfast. Afterwards, they need to crank up their devices or get online and see what they need to do for the day. Stop and eat lunch then finish up in the afternoon.


Some of our students struggle with organization and this is going to be a very difficult task for them Please help them as best you can and communicate with your child’s teachers so we can work to meet their needs. They are going to whine and complain, but they do that most days anyway so it isn’t just you. Whine and complain back and tell them to get rolling. Set goals. Set time frames for concentrated work. Call us if you need support!




We are planning to man our offices while school is out. There will be someone there most days and times. The Board Office will be open from 8:00-4:00 if you do not get an answer at school.




Eastwood will have outside Wi-Fi access beginning Tuesday afternoon in parking lot on the Luckey Road side




If there are issues with your child’s device or if it breaks, we will have our staff at the HS ready to repair or replace the device. Just come to the main office between 8:00 and 3:00 (call first) and we will let you in. We will be practicing social distancing, so do not be offended if we keep our distance.


If your child has lost the charger, then it will be on them to find a replacement. We do not have a supply of extra charging chords. You can order from Amazon and have one in 2 days. Email our tech staff and they will get you the right model number for your child’s device. Do not assume.


That is it for today. Have a great weekend! Stay safe and respect what CDC and the Health Departments are telling you to do. Let’s get to the other side!


Brent Welker, Superintendent
Eastwood Local Schools
120 E. College St.
PO Box 837
Pemberville, Ohio 43450

"Leaders create Culture, Culture drives Behavior, Behavior produces Results." - Tim Kight

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