Dayton Daily News |
Lebanon City Schools has close to 200 students in quarantine as a surge in COVID-19 cases, including 15 or 16 in the past two days, Superintendent Todd Yohey said. “Every building has some positive cases. The majority are at the high school,” Yohey added.
Still Yohey said the district planned to remain open for the rest of the semester for students who had opted for in-school classes and aren’t affected by quarantines. Most of the cases have been traced to contacts at events outside school, including Halloween parties, sleepovers, family gatherings, birthday parties, play dates, “riding around in cars together.”