Dayton Daily News |
The Kettering City School District Board of Education voted 4-0 Tuesday night to accept a hybrid approach in transitioning to face-to-face education for the first time since March.
“The reason for the hybrid (model) is to make sure all of the protocols are followed,” Superintendent Scott Inskeep told the board. Board President Jim Ambrose agreed, saying “let’s follow all of the directives.”
The district’s plan includes three options, which would have students starting in-person learning, starting Nov. 9 on different schedules amid COVID-19. “It is important for students to transition back to face-to-face learning on a hybrid schedule,” the plan states.