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Greater Cincinnati schools struggle to keep students in class as COVID-19 cases spike

Todd Dykes, WLWT |

The current spike in COVID-19 cases means more schools are once again closing their doors.

“We don’t have bodies. We don’t have enough bodies to keep it going,” said Chris Brown, superintendent of the Butler County Educational Services Center. Brown is talking about teachers and bus drivers and cafeteria workers. In his role with the center, Brown is in constant contact with school leaders north of Cincinnati.

“If you ask them, they’ll tell you, ‘We’re limping to get to the 18th. And then we’ll try to reassess and see where we’re at after that,'” Brown said.

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