Centerville plans to offer a “blended” model of in-person and online instruction, said Sarah Swan, community relations specialist for the district.
“Families who are uncomfortable returning to school will be able to choose an online learning option,” Swan said in an email. “We are working on additional details and will be sending more information out to our staff members and families this week.”
Kettering’s reopening plan is set to be released later this week, said district spokeswoman Kari Basson.
Dayton Public Schools and Oakwood City Schools have announced an Aug. 17 start date. Huber Heights City Schools teachers return Aug. 18 with students returning to classes Aug. 27, according to the district’s website.
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