Dayton middle, high schools switch to remote learning amidst COVID-19 surge
School officials will re-evaluate over the weekend, hoping to return to the classroom on September 7
September 2, 2021
DAYTON—The Dayton School Board called an emergency meeting on Monday, August 30, to discuss switching to remote learning for middle and high school students.
Columbia County Public Health officials agreed with the decision to go remote for secondary students, Superintendent Guy Strot told meeting attendees.
“This is a good opportunity to try and get cases back under control, instead of letting it grow to a much larger issue,” Strot said.
Over the weekend, Superintendent Strot said that one volleyball athlete had tested positive, and, as a result, the entire volleyball team was in q...
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