INDEPENDENCE, Ohio — These are the districts and schools in Northeast Ohio that recently switched to remote learning due to coronavirus.
- Shaker Heights Schools is moving to remote learning after Thanksgiving break. More here.
- Mentor City Schools is moving to fully remote learning on Monday, Nov. 23 through at least Dec. 4. More information here.
- Saint Ignatius High School in Cleveland announced on Friday that they will switch to virtual learning beginning Monday, Nov. 16, and plan to return to in-person classes on Nov. 30. More information here.
- Independence Local Schools will be remote for the remainder of the week.
- Painesville City Schools closed Harvey High School and Heritage Middle School until Nov. 30.
- Mayfield High School will be remote until at least Thanksgiving.
- Wickliffe Schools will be remote until Nov. 24.
- Willoughby South High School, Willoughby Middle School, and Grant Elementary School have switched to remote learning.
- Louisville City Schools has transitioned Louisville High School students to remote learning beginning Nov. 12 through Nov. 20. Students will return on Nov. 23.
- Riverside Local Schools will transition all LaMuth Middle School and Riverside Campus students to remote learning beginning Nov. 16 through the end of Thanksgiving break.
- Coventry Schools in Akron will be switching to remote learning until Dec. 4.
- Aurora City School District will be remote for four days following Thanksgiving break, from Dec. 1 until Dec. 4.
- Troy Intermediate School and Avon Lake High School in the Avon Lake City School District will be on full remote learning from Tuesday, Nov. 17 through Thanksgiving break. All other school buildings in the district will remain open.
- Berea City Schools announced all students will switch to remote learning on Nov. 23 and Nov. 24. The district plans to resume in-person learning on Nov. 30.
- Ravenna School District will switch fully to remote learning beginning Tuesday, Nov. 24 through at least Dec. 18.
- Akron Public Schools has paused its plan to return to in-person learning and will continue remote learning. Read more here.
- All students in the Canton City School District will begin learning from home after the Thanksgiving holiday break. The district announced Wednesday that all of its school buildings will move to remote learning starting Dec. 1. Students and staff are expected to return to face-to-face learning on Dec. 7.
This list is current as of Nov. 21. Though it may not include every local district and school, it will be updated as we learn about more school plan changes.
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