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Many Central Ohio schools district plan to keep kids in school during virus spike

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A survey of Central Ohio school districts Monday by ABC 6 On Your Side showed many plan to keep kids in school under a hybrid learning model and recommendation of local health officials.

“The health department is actually telling me that our best interest is to stay in the 50-50 model,” Hamilton Local Superintendent Mark Tyler told his 4,000 families in a video message posted to the district’s website, Friday. “Never in my career have I seen any issue more polarizing than this.”