Wayne HS to be remote for 2 weeks due to high number of student COVID cases

Wayne High School will transition to remote learning beginning Sept. 1 due to the increase in student COVID-19 cases. FILE
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Wayne High School will transition to remote learning beginning Sept. 1 due to the increase in student COVID-19 cases. FILE

Wayne High School students will not be in the classroom for the next two weeks.

All students will be off Tuesday for a calamity day so repairs can be made to a faulty air conditioning unit, and two weeks of remote learning begins Wednesday that is anticipated to end Sept. 14.

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“Due to the overwhelming increase in student COVID-19 cases at Wayne High School, district administration has decided to transition all general education Wayne High School students to 100% remote learning for two weeks,” Huber Heights Schools Superintendent Mario Basora wrote Monday evening in a letter to high school families posted on social media.

High school students are scheduled to return to in-person instruction on Sept. 15, the superintendent said.

Students in specialized classrooms will remain in-person for the two-week period.

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