Susan Tebben, Ohio Capital Journal |
Several Ohio schools have gone back to in-person instruction this week, three of which have some of the highest numbers of student COVID-19 cases.
According to state data on reported COVID-19 cases, Hilliard has the second highest number of student cases since reporting began, with 674 total cases reported. Dublin City Schools is right behind, reporting 646 total student cases, followed by Olentangy’s 592. The only district higher than those schools is Lakota Local School District in Butler County, which reported 704 total student cases in the most recent state data.
Among the other districts with the highest numbers of student cases in most recent state data were South-western City Schools (489 total student cases), Mason City Schools (462), Westerville City School District (451), Cincinnati Public Schools (449), Pickerington Local School District (388) and Oak Hills Local Schools (378).