Dayton Public Schools extends remote learning through holiday break

DAYTON — Dayton Public Schools (DPS) announced that they will go remote until Feb. 19, Wednesday morning.

While learning remotely, students will work with their Dayton Public School teachers.

Additionally, in-person CTE labs, AP Biology labs and Stivers magnet labs will be scheduled by individual buildings, a release from the district stated.

“The goal is for all students to return for full-time face-to-face instruction beginning Monday, February 22, 2021. However, this is dependent upon the COVID-19 circumstances at that time and changes may still be made,” DPS said.

Although remote learning will continue, the district is still providing meals to students who need them Monday through Friday. The school will resume delivering meals Jan. 4. Families must sign up to be added to the delivery list.