The governor shared his intentions during Monday’s press conference that was called following a week of above-average COVID-19 positive tests.
Gov. DeWine previously mentioned that schools statewide are already preparing to continue remote learning if needed for next year.
One option under consideration is a “two-day, two-day” plan. The governor said the option would mean one group of students would attend school on two specific days and another group would attend on two different days, all while continuing remote learning.
The coronavirus pandemic prompted the governor in March to close all Ohio schools to on-campus learning for the remainder of the academic year.