Painesville City Schools transition to virtual learning until Lake County’s COVID-19 threat level drops

Painesville City Schools transition to virtual learning until Lake County’s COVID-19 threat level drops
19 News visited Painesville's Chestnut Elementary School earlier this year. The district announced students will learn virtually until the threat of COVID-19 lowers in Lake County.

PAINESVILLE, Ohio (WOIO) - Painesville City Local Schools announced Thursday afternoon that the district is transitioning to virtual learning until Lake County’s COVID-19 threat level drops to an Orange Alert Level 2 or Yellow Alert Level 1.

Painesville City School district will reopen for in-person learning the day after Lake County’s COVID-19 threat level lowers, according to a Painesville City Local Schools Facebook post.

Painesville City Schools transition to virtual learning until Lake County’s COVID-19 threat level dr

The COVID-19 threat level map is updated each Thursday.

Students who already learn remotely will not have to adapt, and in-person students will use Google Classroom to access their studies once remote, the post said.

The district said all lessons will be taught live.

This is an important message from Painesville City Schools. Due to the elevated risk level of COVID-19 in Lake County,...

Posted by Painesville City Local Schools on Thursday, October 22, 2020

The post said Painesville students can pick up a week’s worth of breakfast and lunch meal kits from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. each Friday behind Harvey High School, starting Friday, Oct. 30.

Register for the breakfast and lunch program here.

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