CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) — The Centerville Board of Education voted Monday night to suspend in-person classes for grades K – 12 and return to remote learning after Friday, Nov. 20, according to a board member Dr. David Roer.
Students are expected to return to in-person learning Jan. 19, attending four days a week with Wednesday being a remote day.
The district returned to the classroom for the first time since the pandemic began on Oct. 19. Each student should have a Chromebook and some familiarity with the remote learning process from the first quarter.
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