Dayton Daily News |
A statement from Huber Heights schools Superintendent Mario Basora says the decision was made after reviewing data from the district’s health services department over the last 48 hours.
“Unfortunately, we were notified yesterday of additional cases of COVID-19 in staff across the district,” Basora wrote.
“These additional cases not only reduce the feasibility of in-person learning, but also make operating our traditional bus routes impossible. Despite our best efforts, we are currently unable to overcome the challenge of finding qualified substitutes as quickly as we need them. Furthermore, the logistical set-up of our district is not conducive to our students being self-transported.”