KETTERING, Ohio (WDTN) – Kettering City Schools announced it will hold its first nine weeks of classes online. It made the announcement during a special online meeting by the Board of Education on Friday morning.
The meeting comes after the Kettering City Schools Board of Education held an online public forum on Thursday evening, outlining its re-opening plans. You can also re-watch Thursday’s meeting on the district’s YouTube page.
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