The Wooster City Schools could have an online educational option for a small group of students for the upcoming school year.  Superintendent Gabe Tudor said that the results of an informal, unofficial survey of Wooster school district families said that many Kindergarten through seventh-grade students may want to take advantage of remote learning when the new school year begins because they may not be entirely comfortable about returning to school in person.  If an online option is approved by the board, it would include a commitment from families planning to use it. The online option would differ from last year in that a certified teacher would monitor the overall program, but certified personnel could not be dedicated to each grade level.  An online program is already in place through the established Generals’ Academy for students in grades eight through 12.