UPDATE: Here’s who has online or in-person classes at area schools

A second grader at Cline Elementary in Centerville gets served lunch. Contributed from Centerville Schools.
A second grader at Cline Elementary in Centerville gets served lunch. Contributed from Centerville Schools.

NOTE: Nearly all schools offer a fully online option for those families who choose it. The list below refers to the model for students who preferred in-person classes.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

Brookville — Have been in-person 5 days a week all school year.

Centerville — District moved back to remote learning for Nov. 23 through Jan. 15. They had done the first quarter online, then moved to in-person 4 days a week for about a month.

Dayton — Starting Nov. 23, DPS will have no classes (neither in-person nor online) for six weeks until Jan. 4. Dayton students will go to school through June instead to make up the time. ... After an online first quarter, DPS started a hybrid model Nov. 9, with students in-person 2 days a week and online 3 days. But stopped after two weeks.

Huber Heights — Went back to fully online Nov. 9, citing staff shortages, especially in busing. Will stay online through Jan. 18.

Jefferson Twp. — Have been fully online all semester, as planned in August.

Kettering — The district went back to fully online Nov. 30 and will stay that way until after Christmas break because of Montgomery County’s “purple” alert status. Kettering was fully online for the first quarter, then hybrid the weeks of Nov. 9 and Nov. 16.

Mad River — Have been hybrid (in-person 2-3 days a week) all school year.

Miamisburg — Most of the district has been in-person 5 days a week all school year; the high school moved to a hybrid schedule Nov. 9 (in-person 2 days a week and online 3 days) and will stay that way until after Christmas break.

New Lebanon — Started hybrid, then went in-person 5 days a week, now back to hybrid as of Nov. 30, with students in-person 2 days a week and online the other 3.

Northmont — In-person 4 days a week, after doing first quarter online

Northridge — Fully online until Jan. 25; started the year online and had hoped to come back in-person Nov. 4, but changed plan.

Oakwood — Have been in-person on half-day schedule 5 days a week all school year.

Trotwood — District went back to fully online as of Nov. 30 and will stay that way until Jan. 19. They started the year online, then went to a hybrid model Oct. 26 (2 days a week in-person, 3 days online).

Valley View — Went online the Monday-Tuesday of Thanksgiving week and are fully online the week of Nov. 30. They hope to return to their 4 days a week in-person model Dec. 8.

Vandalia-Butler — Will return to 5 days a week in-person on Dec. 2. The district had been fully online Nov. 16 through Dec. 1.

West Carrollton — Started a hybrid model Nov. 30, with students in-person 2 days a week and online the other 3 days. The Walter Shade Early Childhood Center is remaining in-person four days a week. The district had bounced back and forth between models, going fully online Nov. 10 due to an increase in student and staff quarantines.

Alter High School — Moved to remote-only model for Nov. 19-24, with the goal of returning to in-person classes 5 days a week, starting Nov. 30.

Carroll High School — Had been in-person 4 days a week, but switched to hybrid model after Thanksgiving. Students will attend 2 days in-person, 3 days remote the weeks of Nov. 30 and Dec. 7. They will be split into morning and afternoon groups for exams the week of Dec. 14.

Chaminade Julienne HS — Moved to “distance learning plan” Nov. 9, and will continue on that plan until Christmas break.

Other Catholic schools — In a Thanksgiving Day letter, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati said of its schools, “it is our fervent hope to remain open throughout the duration of the Covid-19 pandemic unless the State of Ohio mandates school closure.”

Dayton Christian — Currently in-person 5 days a week

Dayton Regional STEM School — Hybrid model where sixth-graders are in-person two days a week and 7-12th graders are in-person one day per week. Students live-stream lessons remotely the other days.

Miami Valley CTC — On hybrid schedule with students in-person 2 days a week and remote the other 3 days.

Miami Valley School — In-person 5 days a week

DECA charters — Went fully online Nov. 23 and will stay that way until January. Had been on hybrid schedule, in-person 2 days a week, remote learning 3 days.

Dayton Leadership Academies charter — Switched back to a fully online model Nov. 30 and will stay that way until after Christmas break. Hope to return to hybrid schedule, in-person 2-3 days a week, on Jan. 4.

Horizon Science charters — Two of the three Horizon schools are fully online; HSA Dayton Downtown also has a hybrid option of 2 days a week in-person and 3 days remote.

Imagine Klepinger charter — Klepinger moved back to fully online Nov. 23 and will continue that way through Jan. 19. The school was fully online for the first quarter, then did a hybrid model for a few weeks in October-November.

NHA charters — Emerson, Pathway and North Dayton went back to fully remote learning Nov. 30. They hope to return to their hybrid model (in-person 2 days a week, remote learning 3 days a week) for the second week of school after Christmas break (Jan. 11).

MIAMI COUNTY

Miami East — Moved to hybrid plan Nov. 16, with students in-person 2-3 days a week, due to Miami County moving to “red” level. Continuing that way at least through Dec. 4.

Tipp City — Grades 6-12 went fully remote Nov. 19 and will continue that way through Dec. 4. Grades K-5 remain in-person 5 days a week.

Troy — Starting Nov. 30, all grades are on a hybrid plan (2 days a week in-person, 3 days online), and they’ll remain that way until after Christmas break..

Bethel — All schools back to in-person 5 days a week as of Nov. 16. High school and middle school went fully online for the weeks of Nov. 2 and Nov. 9.

Bradford — In-person 5 days a week

Covington — In-person 5 days a week

Milton-Union — In-person 5 days a week

Newton — In-person 5 days a week

Piqua — In-person 5 days a week

GREENE COUNTY

Beavercreek — Went back to 5 days a week in person Nov. 30. Beavercreek HS and the Ferguson Hall Freshman School had been fully online just before Thanksgiving, and all Beavercreek schools did a hybrid model for two weeks in late October.

Bellbrook — Had been in-person 5 days a week; switched Nov. 17 to a hybrid system where students are in-person 2 days a week and learn remotely 3 days a week. That will continue until Christmas break.

Fairborn — Went fully online Nov. 23 and will stay that way until January. Had been holding classes in-person 5 days, but with no busing in November due to driver quarantine issues. Previously had multiple two-week school closings due to staffing issues.

Greeneview — All schools 5 days a week in-person. The middle school was online-only for a week before Thanksgiving due to COVID-related staffing shortages.

Xenia — District had been in-person five days a week all year, but will move to fully online Dec. 7. They hope to resume face-to-face learning on Feb. 1.

Cedar Cliff — Have been fully in-person 5 days a week all year except one week of half-days in October.

Yellow Springs — Fully online all semester, with some students coming in for 1-on-1 tutoring/counseling.

WARREN COUNTY

Springboro — Went fully remote Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 (first two days back after Thanksgiving break), then are going back to in-person 5 days a week on Dec. 2.

Carlisle — In-person 5 days a week

Franklin — In-person 5 days a week

Lebanon — In-person 5 days a week

Waynesville — In-person 5 days a week

Warren County Career Center — Hybrid schedule with students in-person two days a week. All career-tech lab work is in-person.

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