Update: October 2, 2020
In light of both Hamilton and Clermont Counties changing to a red level on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System, Loveland City School District has decided to temporarily pause any changes and remain on the blended learning model for now for all students, to allow us additional time to evaluate.
PK-4 students will not return to full in-person learning on Monday, October 5. Transportation will not change at any grade level including grades 5-8 as has been communicated this week. Next week will operate like this week.
The time is not right to take a step toward bringing more students together. Maintaining the schedule that our families, students and teachers have been operating under will allow us to maintain student and staff safety while we await more data.
After the state updates their COVID-19 data on Thursday of next week, a decision will be made about our PK-4 and grades 5-8 students and whether to continue on blended learning or transition to full capacity (5-day) in-person for those grades beginning Monday, October 12. There is no change for our Remote Learning Academy.
As always, the safety of our students and staff is our number one priority. We appreciate your patience and understanding during these difficult times.
Update: September 23, 2020:
Loveland City School District will move from a blended learning model to a full return to five-day in-person learning for students in grades PreK-12. Students currently enrolled in our Remote Learning Academy will continue with their online learning schedule.
Students who are currently attending in-person will return to a full-day schedule according to the following dates: PreK-4th on October 5, grades 5-8 on October 12, and grades 9-12 on October 26.
The district will continue to closely monitor the health data and learning environment and make adjustments as needed.