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Dayton-metro schools hope to stay open; is it sustainable in COVID winter?

Dayton Daily News |

Thirty-seven of the 40 local school districts, plus every local private school, have offered in-person classes in some form this fall. Of the other three, Yellow Springs offers some 1-on-1 in-person tutoring, and Northridge intended to go in-person, until cases surged again. Jefferson Twp. committed to a fully online semester from the start.

Local school leaders must decide whether in-person school is sustainable in the winter months to come, as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations have surged, and the state is not making any mandates.

No ideal choices exist, leaving schools to pick the “least bad” option.

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