This page will serve as a hub housing information parents, staff and the Huber Heights community needs about the coronavirus. This page will contain FAQs and coronavirus updates from various health and government organizations. Regular updates and communication from the district will be added on a regular basis.
Please keep in mind that our response to COVID-19 is evolving as new developments become available and we will communicate updates with you regularly. We are working closely with the Ohio Department of Health and the City of Huber Heights. Our top priority is ensuring the health of all Huber Heights students, teachers and staff during this time.
2020-21 Back to school plans
Click here to view the back to school plans for the 2020-21 school year.
The district is now enrolling all new students to the district for the 2020-21 school year in grades K-12 using Registration Gateway. HHCS will no longer accept any paper enrollment forms or registration packets. Email Pam Moore, K-6 registrar, with registration questions at email@example.com.
Studebaker Preschool will not use Registration Gateway for new students. Studebaker has reached full capacity for the 2020-21 school year. If you would like to have your child added to Studebaker's wait list, please call Mrs. Keller at 937-237-6345.
Click here obtain registration instructions, forms and contact information on the registration website.
Face coverings FAQ
2020-21 District calendar
2020-21 Student supply list
2020-21 School fees
PayForIt.net - Pay school fees
Google Classroom and Seesaw tutorial videos for parents
Google Classroom parent tutorial - English
Google Classroom parent tutorial - Spanish
Google Classroom parent tutorial - Arabic
Logging in to your HHCS Google account
Google Chrome extensions for students with disabilities
Teach from Home: Information and tools to help teachers during the coronavirus crisis
Set up Google Hangouts to help your team work remotely
Google Classroom overview
Setting up Google Classroom
Teaching remotely for grades K - 12
Google Meet is the official communication tool for all HHCS staff and parent meetings and smaller gatherings. Students need to use their HHCS Google account to access Google Classroom. Check out this video if you need help logging in to your HHCS Google account: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zhv07YjrACw&feature=youtu.be
To ensure the safety and security of students' Google accounts, if your student needs their Google password reset please reach out to their teacher so that parent/guardian verification can take place and they will then forward legitimate requests to Technology Services. This will help to avoid releasing passwords to someone posing as a parent/guardian. We appreciate your patience with this process.
When logging in from home, students must include the @myhhcs.org to their username in order to successfully log-in. For additional information regarding at-home use of Chromebooks, click here.
Free public Wi-Fi in building parking lots
You are now able to access and use the District's wireless internet service on any device from the parking spots closest to the academic buildings. If your student is using a District-owned device, it will connect automatically. If your student is using a personal/family-owned device, you will need to connect to HHCS_Guest using the password: "gowarriors" without the quotes. Here are maps from various locations where we've found the wireless signal to be the strongest (marked in yellow): Monticello, Rushmore, Wayne, Weisenborn, and Wright Brothers -- again, this will work at any location and you are free to use it at any building.
Submit a technology support request
Please use the following form and we will reach out for assistance as soon as possible: Technology Support Request Form.
In the event of any technical emergency, please reach out to Technology@huberheightscityschools.org.
Face coverings FAQ
Wayne High School Counseling Department FAQs
Ohio Department of Education FAQs
Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live - 8/5/20
Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live - 7/23/20
Statement about fourth confirmed COVID-19 case in the district - 7/21/20
Statement about third confirmed COVID-19 case in the district - 7/20/20
Statement about second confirmed COVID-19 case in the district - 7/17/20
Statement about first confirmed COVID-19 case in the district - 7/16/20
Protective measures against COVID-19 includes washing your hands frequently, avoiding touching your face, covering your mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing and seeking medical care if you have a fever, cough or difficulty breathing.
FDA warns consumers of risk of methanol contamination in certain hand sanitizers
How to make a CDC-approved cloth face mask
How to remove gloves
Video: How to safely remove gloves
When and how to wash your hands
Handwashing: Keeping your family healthy
Lavado de manos: Mantenga sana a su familia
Hand sanitizer use out and about