Coronavirus: What are the current learning options for Clark, Champaign school districts?

A classroom at Hayward Middle School set up for the new school year with social distancing. BILL LACKEY/STAFF
A classroom at Hayward Middle School set up for the new school year with social distancing. BILL LACKEY/STAFF

School districts in Clark and Champaign counties continue to adjust or switch their learning plans due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The districts are continuously working as plans change to provide the safest and healthiest way possible for students to attend school.

All schools offer either in-person or virtual learning, but some are using hybrid/blended learning.

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Here is a list of schools and their current learning option:

Clark County

  • Clark-Shawnee - Students on in-person option are using hybrid learning.
  • Global Impact STEM Academy - Students are using blended learning through November.
  • Greenon - Students on in-person option are using hybrid learning through at least Thanksgiving break.
  • Northeastern - Students on in-person option are using hybrid learning through at least Thanksgiving break.
  • Northwestern - Students on in-person option are using virtual learning through November.
  • Southeastern - Students on in-person option are attending classes in-school.
  • Springfield - Students on in-person option are attending classes in-school.
  • Tecumseh - Students on in-person option are currently using hybrid learning.

Champaign County

  • Graham - Students on in-person option are attending classes in-school, but the district is planning for digital learning days.
  • Mechanicsburg - Students on in-person option are attending classes in-school.
  • Triad - Students on in-person option are attending classes in-school.
  • Urbana - Students on in-person option are attending classes in-school, except high school students are using virtual learning through November.
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