The Oak Hills School District said it is switching to blended learning as Hamilton County experiences an uptick in COVID-19 cases.
Hamilton County returned to Level 3 (Red) of the Ohio Public Health Advisory System last week and remains there as of Thursday. Because of this, the school district said it will return to its blended learning plan beginning Monday, Oct. 12.
In a letter to families, Superintendent Jeff Brandt wrote, in part:
“We recognize that no one instructional model fits every student’s learning style or every family’s schedule. As we’ve been directed to by Gov DeWine and state and local health departments, we continue to stay flexible, to monitor incidence levels of the virus, and to adjust our approach to the current risk it poses. At the same time, we recognize that transitions are challenging for many families.”