COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — With just three exceptions, Columbus City Schools are expected to hold in-person classes Thursday.

Sherwood Middle School will switch to remote learning Thursday due to an increased number of staff absences, the district said late Wednesday.

According to a district spokesperson, the district is going to monitor staff absences through Thursday morning and will notify families and staff should there be any change to those plans.

Two schools in the district — Columbus Africentric PK-12 and Columbus Downtown High School — have canceled classes due to heating issues at both buildings.