CIRCLEVILLE – Over the last few week while monitoring Pickaway County COVID-19 cases we have seen an average drop to around the low to mid teens on average case count of active cases in Pickaway County. Those numbers have not spiked during the current “schedule B” of Circleville School District schools. Circleville Schools have not reported any cases of COVID-19 within the school.
Just yesterday Westfall school district decided to move from the hybrid online/in classroom schedule and move back to a traditional five day a week in school schedule. Now Circleville schools is considering the same change.
In a statement made by Circleville City schools today, “Today, school leadership met with the Pickaway County Public Health (PCPH) department to collaborate on health data and to discuss the district’s potential to move from our hybrid, Schedule B (A and B groups) model to our more traditional, Schedule A model (combined groups) in the month of October.”
The school reported that the Health department would release an updated timeline and schedule for families to plan for the possible change. Circleville schools said that feedback from parents has helped guide them through these processes.
As of 3:00 p.m. today, Thursday, September 17, 2020 there is a total of 134,001 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Ohio and 4,282 deaths. Currently there are 2,539 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in Pickaway County, 2,079 being inmates, leaving 460 local residents who have tested positive. There are 16 active local resident cases with 0 hospitalized. There are a total of 44 deaths, 37 being inmates and 7 community deaths.
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Posted by Circleville City School District on Friday, September 18, 2020