Beavercreek High School and Ferguson Hall to go remote as COVID-19 cases spike

Beavercreek High School and Ferguson Hall to go remote as COVID-19 cases spike

BEAVERCREEK — Beavercreek City Schools announced Friday that students grade 9-12 will transition to fully remote learning, beginning Monday November 16.

In a release, school officials said Beavercreek High School and Ferguson Hall are expected to return to in-person learning after Thanksgiving on Monday November 30.

This switch to remote learning is a result of increasing absences among staff and students due to COVID-19.

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“The spread of COVID-19 in our schools remains low, however we are seeing an increase in positive cases and we are experiencing a greater impact in the number of students and staff being required to quarantine," said the school.

The school also cited rising COVID cases across the state as a reason for the move to remote learning.