Trotwood-Madison City Schools will go virtual for the first nine weeks of the school year

Trotwood-Madison City Schools will go virtual for the first nine weeks of the school year

TROTWOOD — Trotwood-Madison City Schools announced Friday evening that the first nine weeks of the 2020/2021 school year will be held on online.

According to a news release from Superintendent Dr. Reva Cosby, three plans were proposed that included virtual, in-person, and a blend of the two.

“A decision was made with feedback from parents, staff, community members, and in collaboration with the Trotwood-Madison Education Association to determine the best-case scenario for our district,” she said.

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“Due to the current status of Montgomery County and the guidelines of the Ohio Department of health leads us to believe that providing 9 weeks of a 100% virtual program is the best course of action,” she added.

Trotwood-Madison City Schools remains hopeful that COVID-19 case numbers in Montgomery County will decrease to the point that they can consider the blended or in-person option in the near future.

All details about the safe school fall opening plan will be available. on the district’s website Monday, July 20.