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A 7-year-old boy checks in with his teacher in the Fostoria school district.
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The schools are still closed, and my 7-year-old son, who has autism, loved going to school.

But now he still gets to see his teachers and classmates with online schooling,

I love that Fostoria schools spend two hours a day with the students.

  • Anonymous

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NEWS OF THE DAY

  • In Ohio, the number of cases climbed to 4,782 and 167 deaths.
  • Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announces that restaurants will now be able to sell alcoholic drinks with takeout.
  • Ohio also says it is attempting to release some prisoners who meet a variety of conditions so that they can prevent spread of the virus in prisons. 
  • Michigan's cases reach 18,970 but the pace begins to slow, showing evidence of reaching a peak in the state and hard-hit Detroit.

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