Child care centers open for school-aged children as Ohio schools shift to remote learning

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Child care centers open for school-aged children as Ohio schools shift to remote learning

Categories: Education, News, News 2020, Video Segment

ABC 6  |  Video Segment  |

New child care centers are opening throughout Ohio, specifically for school-aged children during remote learning.

One week before 15,000 students enrolled with Westerville City Schools transition to hybrid learning, more parents within the district sought child care for their students during periods of remote learning.

“There is a need for working families to have support, right now,” said Laura Miller, program administrator for the new YWCA Kids Place at Westerville Community United Church of Christ which opened its doors Sept. 4. View video now…