West Carrollton City Schools announce switch to remote learning

WEST CARROLLTON — West Carrollton City Schools announced Monday that they will be switching to remote learning starting Thursday, January 13.

The switch is due to a shortage of substitute teachers and support staff, according to the school’s website. Classes will return to in-person learning starting on January 18.

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The school also wrote that they’ve seen an upward trend in the number of students and staff who are under quarantine.

“All of the staff has been working together to ensure that classes are covered and services are provided to students; however, in order to allow students and staff to complete quarantine periods and return to school on January 18, the school district has opted to provide remote learning for students on Thursday, January 13,” the school wrote on their website.

For more information visit the school’s website at westcarrolltonschools.com.