Jarrod Clay, WSYX/WTTE |
Bexley Schools will move to remote learning Monday after the school board unanimously approved Friday night a resolution to transition to remote learning.
“This was a difficult but necessary decision,” said Marlee Snowdon, Bexley City Schools Board of Education President. “We continue to keep our students first. Our students need more consistency with their teachers and right now that’s not happening because of high rates of staff absences. Under these conditions, remote learning can actually provide more time with teachers for many students than our hybrid model.”
The district will remain in remote learning until December 18, when it goes on winter break.