Wayne HS, some other Huber Heights schools go remote as COVID-19 cases spike

Wayne HS, some other Huber Heights schools go remote as COVID-19 cases spike
Wayne High School

HUBER HEIGHTS — Wayne High School and Charles Huber sixth graders will move to 100 percent online learning for three weeks beginning Monday, the district announced this afternoon.

The decision was made “in order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our community.”

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Monticello Elementary fourth graders went entirely remote yesterday and will continue to do so until Nov. 15, returning to in-person learning on Nov. 16.

Wayne High School and Charles Huber sixth graders will return to in-person learning on Nov. 30.