MT. HEALTHY, Ohio — Students at Mt. Healthy Junior and Senior High Schools will learn remotely the rest of the week, according to a social media post from the district.
Students can pick up computers by driving down the one-way alley by the cafeteria between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Wednesday.
The move to remote learning does not affect students at North Elementary, South Elementary or the Early Learning Center, but elementary students will be able to pick up take-home computers on Wednesday.
The district cited a significant amount of COVID-19 cases and quarantines at the Junior and Senior High schools as the reason for the move to virtual learning. It did not highlight any longer-term plans if cases persist.
On Tuesday, Ohio broke its record for COVID-19 hospitalizations for the sixth day in a row. The state reported more than 6,200 COVID-19 patients hospitalized on Tuesday alone.
COVID patients in Ohio account for 24.6% of all hospitalizations. They include 1,305 in intensive care and 842 on ventilators.
Ohio reported 20,411 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, bringing the 21-day average to 14,101, according to data from the Ohio Department of Health.