Students with last names A-K will attend school in person on Mondays and Thursdays. Students with last names L-Z will go to school in person on Tuesdays and Fridays. Students will learn remotely on the other days of the week.
Wilson says students Pre-K through grades five or six can attend in-person classes only if precautions are followed: 6-foot social distancing, everyone must wear a mask, and children should be isolated from one another.
Governor Kay Ivey’s statewide mask order is set to expire before the school year starts in August, although it can be extended, but some doctors say it should be in place in the fall and students and teachers should be required to wear masks in schools.
Gov. Kay Ivey has given the state’s public school leader until Friday to respond to a multi-part proposal from some state senators and school nurses for screening, testing and possibly isolating students with COVID-19 symptoms.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - While school districts are trying to figure out how to plan their fall semester during a pandemic, teachers who work with students with learning disabilities are getting ready for new challenges.