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‘This is temporary. It is also painful,’

Journal-News – Mohamed Al Hamdani and Elizabeth Lolli |

Unfortunately, this late-breaking change to online education required the district to temporarily reduce staff in areas such as transportation, administration, school nurses, counselors, and art, music, and physical education teachers. How we educate students is temporarily changing, and so did our personnel needs.

Mohamed Al Hamdani and Elizabeth Lolli

Mohamed Al Hamdani is president of the Dayton City Schools board president. Elizabeth Lolli is the district’s superintendent.