The A-Tech Campus will be closed March 23rd-27th during Spring Break.
All High School Classes at the Ashtabula County Technical & Career Campus are closed through April 3, 2020.

Ashtabula County

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Updated March 20, 2020 7:33 AM

To: A-Tech Students, Parents, Guardians & Community

From: Dr. Jerome R. Brockway, A-Tech Superintendent

This web page will be updated as more information is available.



March 20th: 
The A-Tech Campus will be closed March 23rd-27th during Spring Break.

March 18th: 

The Cleveland Food Bank will be at A-Tech tomorrow, Thursday March 19th between 10:00 a.m. and noon.  Individuals are to remain in their vehicles and food bank items will be handed through windows.  We will use the Automotive Technologies Lab for this food distribution.  So if you have transportation and need some additional items please stop by between those hours.

March 17th: 

All A-Tech students have been sent information to their school email address (Google Account) regarding how to access assignments for their classes. Instructors can be contacted through Google Classroom or at their school email. Here is a link to the staff directory. This will be an ongoing process for students completing assignments and receiving additional assignments.  Please do not hesitate to contact our instructors with questions.    

Those students who do not have internet access will receive assignments in the mail by the U.S. Postal Service. Completed assignments can be returned through the mail (a return envelope has been included in each mailing and A-Tech will pay for the postage) or assignments can be dropped off at the High School Principal’s Office between 8:00 and 3:00 Monday through Friday. The Principal's Office will not be open during our scheduled Spring Break (March 23rd-27th). Additional mailings will take place as new assignments become available.

Students on Early Placement will need to continue to have their employer complete the weekly Employer Rating Sheet and Early Placement Log.  Copies of these forms can be found on the Student Forms Page. Completed forms can be returned either at the High School Principal’s Office or photos of the completed forms can be emailed to your career-technical instructor and Mr. Kimmel.  

March 16th: Spectrum is offering free internet and wifi for students in their service area who do not already have access. Call: 1-844-488-8395.

March 16th: Some phone carriers are removing data caps for students and providing unlimited data. Click here.

March 15th: Parent Guide for Google Classroom

March 15th: Update from the Ohio Department of Education 

March 13th: The SkillsUSA State Championships scheduled for April 7th & 8th in Columbus have been cancelled.


In an effort to stop the spread of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus), Governor Mike DeWine has closed all Ohio Public Schools for a minimum of three weeks. 

Friday, March 13th is the last day for A-Tech students. 

A-Tech students will not report from March 16th through April 3rd. 

During this time, in order to help our students continue to learn, our instructors are devising lessons that can be delivered online. Students will receive that information in class or through their school email account. 

Students who do not have internet access at home will receive printed materials either from their instructors on March 13th or via US Mail. 

There is no expectation for students to work online during the regularly scheduled Spring Break (March 23rd-27th).

The safety and security of students and staff is our highest priority at the Ashtabula County Technical & Career Campus. 

We will continue to monitor the situation and collect the latest information about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) from local, state and Federal government agencies to keep our students and staff safe and prepared.  Please refer back to this web page for the latest information.


COVID-19, like other infectious respiratory illnesses, can also be spread through coming into contact with airborne respiratory droplets (e.g. from coughs and sneezes), through sharing food and beverage utensils, and contact with high-touch surfaces (door knobs, tables, railings, etc.).


  • Practice thorough hand washing for at least 20 seconds.

  • Use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol if soap and water aren’t available.

  • Cough or sneeze into an elbow or tissue.

  • Avoid touching your eyes, mouth and nose.

For more information, visit these websites or call these agencies: 

We will continue to monitor the situation and do what is best to keep our students and staff safe, while also continuing to provide meaningful learning experience.

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