Here’s what local school districts are doing as COVID-19 cases rise

Here’s what local school districts are doing as COVID-19 cases rise
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As COVID-19 cases rise and more people are testing positive for the virus, school districts across the region are moving back to remote learning.

Here’s what some local districts are doing:

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Montgomery County:

  • Centerville: Remote learning from Nov. 23 until Jan 19.
  • West Carrollton: In-person classes begin Nov. 30 using a hybrid schedule.
  • Huber Heights City Schools: All schools are remote learning through January 18.
  • Dayton Public Schools: Fall break extended from Nov. 30 to Jan. 3
  • Miamisburg: Remote learning for the entire district from Nov. 30 to Dec. 4. Will monitor student/staff data to determine remaining 10 days before Christmas Break.
  • Kettering: TODAY, students are scheduled to return to remote learning.

Greene County:

  • Beavercreek: Students in grades 9-12 are currently remote learning until Nov. 30, which is when in-person learning is expected to return.
  • Fairborn: Remote learning from Nov. 23 through at least Jan. 1.
  • Bellbrook: Hybrid remote schedule until Dec. 18. From Nov. 30-Dec. 18: A-K students will attend in person on Monday and Wednesday and work remotely Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday; L-Z students will attend in person on Tuesday and Thursday and work remotely Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Clark County:

  • Enon: Greenon Local Schools are hybrid learning through Thanksgiving.

Miami County:

  • Troy: Hybrid learning for all students effective Nov. 30 until winter break.
  • Tipp City: Remote learning for grades 6 to 12 until Friday, Dec. 4

Preble County:

  • Eaton: Remote learning on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.