( Green Twp ) - One of the largest high schools in Ohio is going remote because of surging Covid19 cases.
Oak Hills High School says its more than 2,000 students will start virtual instruction on Thursday, November 12. The plan is to stay remote through November 30.
The district says the decision to close the school was made because of a high number of student quarantines and a substitute teacher shortage. While on remote instruction, students will follow a block schedule and will be expected to log on each morning between Monday and Thursday to attend class online.
Only Oak Hills High School is affected by the order. Other schools in the district are not experiencing similar surges, so those buildings will continue in-person instruction.