COVID-19: Ohio K-12 Schools to Finish Academic Year Remotely
The governor feels this is in the best interest of Ohio's youth
On Monday, Governor Mike DeWine announced Monday that Ohio K-12 schools will finish the school year with remote learning.
The governor explained that with the risk to students, teachers and the community to catch and spread coronavirus remote learning will help contain the virus.
No decision has been made about the 2020-21 school year or on daycares.
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