remote learning

Jo Ingles / Statehouse News Bureau

Schools throughout Ohio are dealing with outbreaks of COVID-19. Some have temporarily shut down.  Others have gone to remote learning until the situation gets under control. As Statehouse correspondent Jo Ingles reports, how a school district can react is based on the plans they set forth this summer.

The Columbus City Schools will operate under a remote learning model through the end of January.

Worthington City Schools are preparing to move to a remote learning model Monday because of the pandemic. 

Columbus City Schools are returning to online-only learning Monday, as Franklin County goes under a stay-at-home advisory until December 18th. 

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced Monday that Ohio schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year.