Findlay City Schools Plan Remote Learning In The Event Of A Calamity Day.

Written by on November 30, 2020

In the event of a calamity day, Findlay City students grades pre-Kindergarten through five will proceed with remote learning.

Per a release from Superintendent Troy Roth, the change in policy comes as a result of the delay of the district’s start to the school year until September 8.

Lessons for these students would be found on Google Classroom. The online-only structure will not mean any changes for current 6-12/Trojan Academy students.

Superintendent Roth encourages parents to ask their building’s principal for further information, as well as to subscribe to text alerts by visiting ohioalerts.org/Findlay.


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