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Columbus City Schools Blended Learning News Clips

Blended Learning Desk Setup

January 29, 2021 -- In preparation for returning to blended learning this Monday, February 1, Columbus City Schools opened its doors at several school buildings to show the health and safety protocols in place for students and staff. Signage on floors and walls along with plastic barriers are part of a District-wide multi-layer health protocol plan. Columbus Mayor Andrew Ginther, Columbus Health Commissioner Dr. Mysheika Roberts, and members of the media toured classrooms and common spaces at the following locations: 

  • Parkmoor Elementary School
  • East Liden Elementary School
  • Forest Park Elementary School
  • Stewart Alternative School
  • Columbus Afrientric Early College
  • CCS Frebis Ave. Bus Compound

Below are links to articles, radio and television broadcasts about the Return to Blended Learning at Columbus City Schools.

Spectrum News 1 Columbus City Schools Prepare to Start Schools

WCMH NBC 4 Columbus Public Schools Readying for in-person classes next week

WSYX ABC 6 Columbus City School Buses Get Makeover with New Safety Measures

WBNS 10TV Columbus City Schools Preparing to Welcome Some Students Back on Monday

WOSU Radio Columbus City Schools Cautiously Returning Some Students to Classrooms Monday

The Columbus Dispatch Franklin County schools included in COVID-19 vaccine rollout to teachers next week

The Columbus Dispatch Video: Superintendent is hopeful as students return to Columbus City Schools

The Columbus Dispatch Talisa Dixon expects about 19,000 Columbus City School students to return on Monday

Editorial: The Columbus Dispatch: It’s time for a careful return to Columbus school classrooms