Twenty Columbus Schools To Start Year Online Due To Heatwave
Twenty Columbus City Schools are starting the new year in remote learning because of a heatwave currently engulfing central Ohio. The shift to online learning will impact the first two days of school on Thursday and Friday.
A district statement said the 20 buildings lack air conditioning or are in the process of getting HVAC units installed or fixed.
Students who need a Chromebook computer should reach out to their principal or school office to make arrangements to pick up a device.
The district anticipates the affected school will be back in the classroom on Monday, August 30, however it will continue to monitor weather conditions into next week and keep families informed of any additional changes.
The 20 school buildings impacted by the shift to online learning include:
- Columbus Alternative High School (CAHS)
- Eastmoor Academy
- Whetstone High School
- Arts Impact Middle School
- Columbus City Preparatory School for Boys
- Johnson Park Middle School
- Mifflin Middle School
- Westmoor Middle School
- Yorktown Middle School
- Broadleigh Elementary School
- Columbus Gifted Academy
- Como Elementary School
- Fairwood Elementary School
- Hubbard Elementary School
- Maize Elementary School
- North Linden Elementary School
- Siebert Elementary School
- Valleyview Elementary School
- West Broad Elementary School
- Westgate Elementary School