CINCINNATI — Students in three grades at C.O. Harrison Elementary School in Delhi Township will quarantine and move to remote learning for two weeks after a high level of staff absences, according to a spokesperson for Oak Hills Local School District.
Students and staff in the 3rd, 4th and 5th grades will move to full remote learning; The school and the rest of the Oak Hills district has been teaching fully in-person.
Krista Ramsey, director of public relations and communication for the district, said the decision to quarantine the three grades is specifically as a result of high staff absences, not student-related absences or illness.
The district has not said how many cases have been confirmed at the school.