No charges have been filed for the vandalism, a fifth-degree felony, according to Oakwood police.
Last month, Oakwood schools announced it would start 2021 with full remote learning due to an increase in coronavirus cases.
“Our staff continues to work to provide quality learning opportunities during this two-week off-site instructional period. We are committed to keeping the learning going and keeping our students and staff safe and healthy,” Ramey said.
The remote instruction will last until Jan. 14, with plans to return to a face-to-face option Jan. 19, Ramey said in a letter to the community.
The district has been offering face-to-face instruction since August, but that halted it Dec. 18 when the first semester ended.
From Nov. 18-30, the district reported 17 positive COVID-19 cases, 12 of whom were students, records show.
From Dec. 1-13, Oakwood schools reported 25 positive coronavirus cases, including 18 students, according to its website.