HILLIARD, Ohio (WCMH) — Hilliard City Schools will remain in a hybrid model of learning until March 11, with an eye to switch to all in-person learning four days later.
The Hilliard City School Board of Education passed a resolution Monday establishing the new dates, with a goal of returning all students to in-person instruction on March 15.
The resolution also gives the superintendent the power to move any or all school buildings to elearning or hybrid leaning should staffing issues arise.
The district’s hybrid plan has students attending in-person classes two days a week, with students alternating a third in-person class every other week.
To read the full resolution, click here.