Ally Kraemer, WCPO |
After months of debate, most Cincinnati Public School students are back to full-time in-person classes starting today. Before, many students in the district were in a blended model where they could go to classes in-person two days a week and learn remotely the other three days.
Students still have the option to continue learning remotely through the Cincinnati Digital Academy and through Schoology though.
Even though students are back in the classroom full time, they still have to keep 6 feet of distance between each other while in places like the lunchroom, and they have to stay 3 feet apart in the classroom while they wear their masks.
While most students head back, Walnut Hills students are being phased back into the classroom. Walnut Hills is also testing out a concurrent learning pilot program to allow students to continue distance learning from home while accessing their classes remotely.