CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) — Centerville City Schools plans to brings students back into the classroom for its second quarter, while still offering families the option to learn remotely.
The district said in an email:
Throughout our planning for the 2020-21 school year, we have said that our goal is to bring students back into classrooms as soon as we can. As we look toward the second quarter, it is time for us to implement our plans to reopen school buildings to our students.Centerville City School District
A group of parents called “Five Days,” which claims to be comprised of a large number of parents with students at Centerville City Schools, said in a statement:
“We are pleased with the School Board’s decision to reinstate the in person learning that 82% of the parents in the District have always wanted. This process has exposed a great number of concerns about how the Centerville City Schools are being administered which we will continue to monitor moving forward. For now, we look forward to the return to adequate education and social interaction for our children that has been lacking for many months.”Five Days
Final details are not yet available. The district will provide additional information during next Monday’s Board of Education meeting. To find out more about the meeting happening at 7 p.m. Monday, click here.
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