What Each Northeast Ohio School District Is Doing This Fall: LIST

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CLEVELAND — This fall, Ohio's "back to school" season is going to be unlike any other year, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

In early July, Gov. Mike DeWine released Ohio's recommendations for school reopenings. Each recommendation could be molded to fit a particular school district. Among the mandates for schools: all students and staff must wear face masks, symptoms must be checked regularly, hand washing stations must be available throughout buildings, schools must be thoroughly cleaned and social distancing should be implemented where possible.

The Cuyahoga County Board of Health recently recommended all school districts in the county begin the year with a remote-only education model. The county said its recommendation was based on the rate of COVID-19 spread locally.

(This is list will continue to be updated as more schools announce decisions about the fall, or as plans shift)

Avon Schools: Hybrid model

Avon Lake Schools: Hybrid model

Beachwood Schools: Remote-only start to year

Berea City Schools: Remote-only start to year

Brecksville-Broadview Heights Schools: Hybrid model

Cleveland Schools: Remote-only start to year

Cleveland Heights-University Heights Schools: Remote-only start to year

East Cleveland Schools: Remote-only start to year

Euclid Schools: Remote-only start to year

Independence Schools: Hybrid model

Lakewood Schools: Remote-only start to year

Mayfield Schools: Remote-only start to year

North Royalton Schools: Remote-only start to year

Parma Schools: Remote-only start to year

Shaker Heights Schools: Remote-only start to year

Solon Schools: Remote-only start to year

Strongsville Schools: Hybrid model

Westlake Schools: Remote-only start to year

This article originally appeared on the Cleveland Patch