Multiple school systems across Central Alabama moving to virtual learning

Published: Jan. 12, 2022 at 5:48 PM CST|Updated: Jan. 13, 2022 at 4:30 PM CST
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BLOUNT Co., Ala. (WBRC) - Bibb County Schools and Oneonta City Schools are making the temporary transition to remote learning.

Bibb County Superintendent Duane McGee said West Blocton Middle School will have to begin remote learning Thursday, January 13, 2022. All other schools will be remote on Friday and through Tuesday. The students are out Monday.

Due to increasing absences of employees and students, all Oneonta City Schools will transition to remote learning Thursday and Friday. Students will not report to school tomorrow, January 13 or Friday, January 14. Since schools will be closed Monday the students’ first day back will be next Tuesday, January 18. Oneonta school leaders said they will use the time to clean and sanitize the buildings.

Blount County will also transition to virtual learning due to a number of positive COVID cases among students, faculty and staff. Students will return to in person learning on Monday, January 24th.

Briarwood Christian School is also moving to remote learning Thursday and Friday as well.

Sylacauga City Schools will hold an e-learning day on Tuesday, January 18th. Officials say this will give them to clean and sanitize the buildings and buses.

Cullman County Schools will conduct virtual learning on Thursday, January 20th and Friday, January 21st.

Clanton Intermediate School will host a virtual learning day on Friday, January 14th. Faculty and staff will report to campus.


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