YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Several Valley school districts have announced that they are moving to remote instruction in the wake of a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Officials cite staff shortages and COVID-19 infections as the reasons behind the decision to temporarily switch to a remote model.
Schools that have announced temporary remote instruction include:
- Austintown Local Schools: Students are expected to return to the classroom Jan. 18
- Youngstown City Schools: Students are expected to return to the classroom Jan. 18
- Newton Falls Exempted Village Schools: Students are expected back in the classroom Jan. 24
This report will be updated as more districts make the decision to go to a remote learning model.