CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Officials from Willoughby-Eastlake City Schools met on Monday night to discuss the plan to move forward to remote learning following recent COVID-19 exposures in at least two district buildings.
The Willoughby-Eastlake Board of Education ruled during Monday’s meeting that district officials will meet again at the end of October and re-evaluate the COVID-19 threat level in Lake County and how the exposure could impact potential reopening plans.
Additional information was provided during a press conference on Tuesday.
Extracurricular activities will be reinstated once additional safety precautions have been established.
The decision to move from in-person lessons to virtual learning for students in all of the district’s 13 schools buildings was made after coronavirus cases were discovered in at least two facilities.