Planning for Fall

You Need How Many Masks????
Posted on 06/12/2020
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Gov. Mike DeWine expects Ohio’s K-12 students to be in the classroom when the next academic year begins in the fall. How exactly students and staff will be kept safe from the coronavirus while in school, however, is a big question educators are trying to answer now.

Although the state health department will issue coronavirus-related safety guidelines as the new school year gets closer, the responsibility of creating a safe environment falls on the individual districts and schools.

Working out the logistics at Akron Public Schools, with roughly 20,000 students, is a daunting task. Debra Foulk, the district's executive director of business affairs, said in order to game-plan keeping all the students safe, they’re taking it just one student at a time, asking the question “What does the school day look like from the vantage point of one student?" Read more here >>.
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