Distance learning for now, board to reassess on Friday
December 3, 2020
DAYTON—The Dayton School District board of directors will meet on Friday to determine whether students can safely return to in-person learning on Dec. 7.
The board met with Superintendent Guy Strot and Columbia County Public Health Administrator Martha Lanman over the weekend and decided the District would remain in distance learning mode this week.
The board agreed to switch students to remote learning on Monday, Nov. 23, because of an uptick in COVID-19 in the community.
On Wednesday, Nov. 25, there were 17 active cases of COVID-19. Eight of them were new in the community.