WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – All Trumbull County schools are shifting to remote learning through Jan. 3.
The announcement came Tuesday following Ohio Governor Mike DeWine’s coronavirus update, and a stay-at-home advisory issued by Trumbull County health officials.
According to the Trumbull County Educational Service Center, all public schools agreed to follow recommendations from the Trumbull County Board of Health and to adhere to the health advisory and shift to remote learning.
The new teaching mode begins Nov. 30.
The earliest students may return to class as normal would be Jan. 4, however, the local health department has indicated that would be reevaluated.
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