Beavercreek’s two-prong back-to-school plan is based on the state’s Public Health Advisory Alert System, which currently lists Greene County at Level 2, or orange, for “increased exposure and spread.” Under one pathway, families could choose a fully online school option.
In the other pathway, at Level 1 or Level 2, students would attend school in-person, five days per week. At Level 3, students would be split into two groups, with each group attending school two days per week and learning from home the other three days. This would allow more social distancing inside school buildings. At Level 4, all learning would be remote.