Dayton Daily News |
“It is with an abundance of caution that we are closing our transportation department (Friday) because of possible COVID exposures to staff members,” Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli said in a recorded call to families. “The health department will examine our processes (Friday) so we are ready to reopen on Monday.”
Dayton Public Schools is conducting classes remotely, so this will not affect taking its students to school. But many private schools and some charter schools in Dayton are open for in-person classes.