NORTHEAST OHIO (WJW) — Some schools in Northeast Ohio have made the decision to do all-remote learning as COVID-19 cases rise across the state.
Here is the updated list, as of Tuesday, December 15.
Alliance City Schools: Moved to remote learning Nov. 23 with a plan to return to in-person instruction Dec. 7.
Ashland University: Has begun ‘Adjusted Instruction’ as of Nov. 19. The faculty are being asked to transition their courses to a remote format immediately if at all possible, allowing students who can return home to do so. Students not required to remain on campus for campus work or face-to-face classes are strongly encouraged to return home and remain at home through the remainder of the fall semester.
Ashtabula Area City Schools: Students and parents can expect the same remote schedule from the beginning of the year. Find more information from the district’s superintendent right here.
Aurora City Schools: Remote learning from Dec. 1 – Dec. 7
Bay Village City Schools: Learning remotely until it is deemed safe to return.
Barberton City School District: Going remote Dec. 14 – 17. The district said students on the in-person learning plan should count on returning to in-person classes Jan. 6.
Beachwood City Schools: The Board of Education approved switching to remote learning for the three weeks between Thanksgiving break and winter break (November 30 – December 18).
Berea City Schools: Remote learning through Dec. 22
Brecksville-Broadview Heights: Until Jan. 4
Brunswick City Schools: The district is moving all high schoolers to remote learning for the remainder of the year and hopes to bring them back on Jan. 4.
Buckeye Local Schools: The district will be going to remote instruction starting Monday, December 7 until winter break.
Buckeye Career Center: Buckeye Career Center students will learn remotely through December 4, 2020. Students will then transition back to the blended learning model Monday, December 7, 2020. Seniors (level II) students will attend December 7-9 and juniors (level I) will attend December 10 – December 11.
Canton City School District: Will start 2021 remotely. Students return remotely Jan. 19 and will stay remote for two weeks.
Chagrin Falls School District: Updated their plans through the rest of the year.
Grades 7-12 will begin remote on December 14 until winter break. They will get resume remote learning on January 5 through the 8.
Grades K-6 will remain in person through next Friday. They will be remote on Dec. 21 and 22 and then winter break begins. They will resume remote learning on Jan. 4th thru the 8th.
The hope is that all grades can return to in-person learning on Jan. 11th but that is contingent on the COVID-19 case status at that time.
Chippewa Local Schools: Remote learning until Dec. 18
Cleveland State University: CSU conducting remote learning
Cloverleaf Schools: The Cloverleaf School District had decided to continue remote learning until at least Jan. 4.
Conneaut Area City Schools are remote through at least Jan. 8.
Coventry Schools: Remote learning through Dec. 4
Cuyahoga Falls City Schools: There will be no in-school instruction through Dec. 17. Winter Recess will begin on Dec. 18. We will return to remote instruction Jan. 4 through Jan. 19.
Elyria City Schools: According to the district, “to ensure that students continue learning, we will transition all students to the virtual learning education model after the Thanksgiving holiday and through the end of the first semester, which is Jan. 22, 2021.”
Field Local Schools: Remote learning through Jan. 4
Highland Local Schools, Medina: The district is switching to remote learning beginning Monday, December 7 through January 15. Students will then transition to hybrid learning from January 19-22. In-person learning is scheduled to resume, January 25.
Independence City Schools: A letter to families stated remote learning would begin Tuesday, Nov. 10. “When we opened on September 2, we did so with confidence that we could provide the services and environment that made for a successful year amidst the pandemic. With our current amount of infections, staff members and classes in quarantine, correlating staffing shortages specifically in the transportation and custodial/cleaning departments, and pending test results of students and staff, I do not believe we can provide that environment for the short-term time being,” superintendent Ben Hegedish said in the letter.
Jackson Local Schools: Remote learning will go continue until Dec. 18. In-person instruction will resume Jan. 4.
Kenston Schools: Remote learning set to begin on Monday, December 7 through Tuesday, December 22. We plan to return to in-person instruction on Monday, January 4.
Keystone Local Schools: Will be on remote learning until, Monday Dec 7.
Lexington Local Schools: All in-person learning grades PK – 12 will be suspended until January 19.
Madison Local Schools, Richland County: Due to the designation of Richland County in Level 4 (Purple), remote learning will be extended through Friday, December 11. Adult Education classes will continue; the MECLC will remain open unless communicated otherwise; all athletic contests from Friday, December 4 through Thursday, December 10 are canceled, however, practices may continue.
Massillon City School District: Massillon Washington High School is remote from Dec. 7 to Dec. 18. Massillon Junior High School is remote from Dec. 14 to Dec. 18.
Mentor Public Schools: The entire district will go remote until Jan. 8.
Monroeville School District: Grades 9-12 will move to remote classes through Jan. 4
North Olmsted City Schools: The district will be transitioning to Plan 3 Online/eLearning effective through Friday, December 4. The district will plan to return to Plan 2 hybrid, on Monday, December 7.
Orange City School District: Planning to go remote until Dec. 18 and also Jan. 4 – Jan. 18
Perry Local Schools in Massillon: Perry High School will start remote learning on Tuesday, December 15; all other grades, Pre-K through 8, will start remote learning on Thursday, December 17.
Pymatuning Valley Local Schools: Implementing remote learning for all students with a tentative return date of January 5.
Ravenna City Schools: Remote until December 18
Riverside Local Schools: All students (grades Pre-K-12) will transition to remote learning until at least the end of Winter Break.
Rocky River City School District: Hybrid model paused until Dec. 4 and moves to closed instructional model. Activities and athletics will continue with practices, but there will be no competitions during this week. Plans to reopen in hybrid on Dec. 7.
Sandusky City Schools: Remote learning scheduled until Jan. 18
Shaker Heights School District: The district is going fully remote after Thanksgiving.
Shelby Local Schools: Is continuing their remote learning plan from December 7 through Friday, January, 8. During this time, all student activities, including athletic events and practices, are suspended immediately until further notice. The district tentatively plans to resume face-to-face instruction, Monday, January 11.
Solon City Schools: High schoolers will move to remote learning through the end of the year. Students at SMS will go to remote learning after Thanksgiving through the end of the year. Orchard Middle School, Roxbury, Parkside and Lewis will remain in person. Pre-school and intensive special education will also remain in person.
Strongsville City Schools: Entire district (PreK-12th grade) will return to remote learning until December 17.
Trumbull County: All Trumbull County schools are shifting to remote learning through Jan. 3.
Tusky Valley Schools: Superintendent Mark Murphy has announced the school district is going remote through January 15. Athletics and extracurricular activities will continue as of now under the new safety guidelines.
Wellington Exempted Village: Remote through Winter Break.
West Holmes Local Schools: Remote since Nov. 19. The district said they hope to return to in-person learning on Monday, Dec. 7.
Willoughby-Eastlake School District: Expect to return to in-person learning on January 19, depending on current COVID-19 data.
Woodridge Schools (Peninsula) There will be no in-school classes through Friday, December 18. The school district hopes to return to their option a/option b in school and hybrid model beginning January 4.
Wooster City Schools: The superintendent announced all schools will operate remotely until further notice.
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