Dayton Daily News |
There are some consistent themes in the plans — most offer both in-person and online school options, busing will continue in some form, and all schools are building robust cleaning and disinfecting plans.
But there are differences from school-to-school as well — about when classes will start, whether students have to wear masks at all times, and whether they’ll go to school five days a week or two days. For students who will learn remotely, the online curriculum varies from school to school.
Nearly every school warns that everything could change if the COVID-19 outbreak suddenly gets better or worse, or if state or local health officials order changes.