Toledo Public Schools officials on Monday announced that all grade levels will return to remote learning amid an uptick in coronavirus cases in Lucas County.
TPS Superintendent Romules Durant said his district is being proactive in adjusting now, as officials prepare for a possible increase in cases amid holiday gatherings. “We recognized that there’s no sense of getting caught in the middle of a storm but let’s get ahead of it and plan with our parents and staff,” he said.
After starting the year with all students learning remotely, the Toledo school system in mid-October began sending primary school students back into the classroom part-time. But all students will soon return to full virtual instruction four days a week as coronavirus cases pick up nationally, across the state, and in Lucas County. Wednesdays each week will serve as an enrichment and intervention day for all students.