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2 school districts change plans after Greene County moves to “red” level

Dayton Daily News |

Beavercreek and Cedar Cliff schools, the largest and smallest public school districts in Greene County, will change their in-person models starting next week, after the state’s public health advisory system Thursday moved Greene County to the more serious “red” level.

Starting Monday, Beavercreek schools will switch from five days a week in-person to a hybrid model where students are divided into two groups. Cedar Cliff students will also be divided into two groups — a morning group and an afternoon group — with students still attending school five days per week, but for a half day.