HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - Update: The Madison County School System will continue their hybrid schedule after the holiday break.
Superintendent Allen Perkins released a statement that says they are continuing efforts to be proactive and provide their schools with the best opportunity to meet the needs of students.
“We have made the decision to remain on Level 2 - Hybrid Learning of our Reopening plan when we return from the holiday break in January,” said Superintendent Perkins. “This will begin on Monday, January 4th and we will remain on Level 2 until at least Friday, January 15th, which is a half-day for students.”
WAFF is told, faculty and staff members will continue to evaluate COVID-19 to determine if a change will be necessary in teaching methods after January 15.
Original: The Madison County School System is moving to a hybrid schedule for all campuses not already on a full virtual schedule beginning Thursday. Five schools in the system are already on a virtual learning plan. Those schools that are remote will transition to hybrid when they return.
From December 3 through December 18, students will be divided into two groups that will alternate in-person and virtual learning.
Buckhorn High School shared on Twitter the days students in each group will be virtual and in-person.
Social Distancing and Face Masks are required on all MCSS campuses.
- Buses will run their regular schedules.
- Schools will provide information regarding meal pick-up times on days when students are remote learners.
As a reminder, schools that are already remote will remain remote until the specified date of return. Those schools are listed below:
- Hazel Green High School
- Meridianville Middle School
- Endeavor Elementary School
- Monrovia Elementary School
- Monrovia Middle School