LIST: Tri-State school districts that have closed, switched to remote learning
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Several Tri-State school districts are moving temporarily to remote learning as they deal with staffing issues as the omicron variant continues to spread in the area.
Ohio school districts:
- Cincinnati Public Schools: Remote learning from Jan. 12-24
- Fairfield City Schools: Jan. 14 - Jan. 18
- Forest Hills School District: Remote learning on Jan. 18
- Hamilton City School District: Remote learning from Jan. 18-21.
- Hamilton High School is pausing all extra-curricular activities, including sports, from Jan. 14-23.
- Lebanon High School (only): Remote Jan. 13 - Jan. 21
- Little Miami Schools: Little Miami High School students will be in remote learning Jan. 18 - Jan. 20 Students in grades PK-8 will return to in-person learning on Jan. 18
- Middletown City Schools: Closed through Jan. 18
- Milford Exempted Village Schools: Closed Jan. 18
- Mt. Healthy City Schools: Remote learning from Jan. 10-24
- New Richmond Exempted Village School District: Remote learning from Jan. 11-18
- Southwest Local School District: Closed Jan. 18 (no remote learning)
- Three Rivers Local School District: Remote learning Jan. 13 - Jan 18.
- Wayne Local School District: Closed until Jan. 18
- Winton Woods City Schools: Remote learning from Jan. 10-24
Kentucky school districts:
- Bellevue Independent Schools: Virtual NTI learning through Jan. 21
- Dayton Independent Schools: Remote learning until Jan. 19
This list will be updated if more schools switch to remote learning.
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