The Switzerland of Ohio Local School District plans to welcome students back to school in person on Sept. 8, so long as the district stays “yellow.”
One week ago, 4-H participants were unsure of what they would be able to do with their animal projects for the canceled Monroe County Fair.
Monroe County did not stay without any active COVID-19 cases for very long as two new confirmed positive cases were reported during the weekend of Aug. 1-2.
For the first time in nearly four months, Monroe County has no active cases of COVID-19.
Before the Switzerland of Ohio schools can reopen this fall, the district must adopt a COVID-19 plan. But several portions of that plan, including the curriculum and transportation sections, cannot be finalized until the health policy is in place.
Starting at 6 p.m.
Monroe County residents will be able to get tested for COVID-19 as pop-up testing site will be in Wood
The Switzerland of Ohio Board of Education heard thoughts about a fall school reopening during a working meeting Tuesday, July 14 at Swiss Hills Career Center.
The American Red Cross blood drive had only two open donation time slots Thursday, July 9 at the Woodsfield Church of Christ.
There is a need in the community.
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