John London, WLWT |
DeWine says the state’s goal has been to keep students in school and playing sports. Two local superintendents told WLWT Monday that they’re trying their best to strike the right balance.
“I believe that we will continue with winter sports. But I do think that every day as we’re learning more and as we continue to monitor the situation that it could be moments of pause,” said Mason Schools Superintendent Jonathan Cooper.
“Situations are going to arise. We’ve had to quarantine teams because of a positive. At Princeton, we’ve had to quarantine teams because of a positive on the other team. And we know that’s going to happen,” said Tim Burton, superintendent of Princeton City Schools.