LAKEWOOD, Ohio – School neighborhoods in northeastern Ohio are shrinking personal education as the number of coronaviruses continues to rise.
Schools in Lakewood have announced they will continue with distance learning after Cuiahoga County was hit to red level 3 on Thursday.
The area began the first quarter with distance learning and was due to move to a hybrid model on Monday.
These plans have been delayed as case numbers in the state and here in northeastern Ohio go up.
The district has not said whether it will spend the entire second quarter with distance learning or plans to switch to a hybrid model if the county falls to orange level 2.
Nordonia Hills has announced that it will return to the hybrid model after the district at the top was raised to level 3.
The district said students and teachers will move to distance learning on Friday before launching the hybrid model on Monday.
The Nordonia group will be in person on Monday and Wednesday, and the Knights will be in person on Tuesday and Thursday.
The cities of Cuyahoga and Summit are two of the six counties in Northeast Ohio that are currently level 3.
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