HUDSON — With Gov. Mike DeWine announcing today that schools will be closed for three weeks to the coronavirus outbreak, Hudson City School District Superintendent Phil Herman explained the plans for the rest of March and the beginning of April.
Herman said students are scheduled to return to school on April 6, but noted, "it is possible that schools may be required to close for a longer period of time."
Hudson School District staff on March 16 and 17 will continue creating lessons for students to learn remotely. Students will do remote learning from March 18 through 20, and then will be on their regularly scheduled spring break from March 23 through 27, according to Herman. Remote learning will resume March 30 and run through April 3.