Map: What is your school district’s COVID-19 reopening plan?


NBC4 is tracking the plans of every Central Ohio school district

As the start of the 2020-21 school year draws closer, NBC4 is tracking the reopening plans of all 106 public school districts in our 22-county Central Ohio viewing area — from 47,000-student Columbus City Schools to 382-student Hardin Northern Local Schools and all the districts in between.

Use the interactive map below to view your school district’s plan for the upcoming school year.

Districts opening with full in-person instruction with the least restrictions are labeled green, while those with hybrid plans are labeled yellow. Districts with 100-percent online instruction appear in red.

UPDATE, July 20: Since many school districts are tethering their plans to their county’s public health advisory level, the map is now shaded according to those levels. The state updates levels every Thursday at 2 p.m., which means certain districts’ plans could change.

If your school district released its plan but you do not see it here, send an email to data reporter Ben Orner at

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