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Three additional Lawrence County Schools transition to virtual learning

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Published: Aug. 19, 2021 at 5:20 PM CDT
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LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ala. (WAFF) - UPDATE: Three additional schools in the Lawrence County School System will transition to virtual learning due to COVID-19 cases.

According to Lawrence County Superintendent Jon Bret Smith, East Lawrence Elementary, Hatton Elementary, and Hatton High will be virtual through September 7th.

6 out of the 13 Lawrence County Schools are now doing virtual learning due to the pandemic.

ORIGINAL: Three schools in Lawrence County will transition to virtual learning due to COVID-19.

According to Lawrence County Superintendent Jon Bret Smith, Moulton Elementary School, Moulton Middle School, and Lawrence County High School will switch to virtual learning, beginning Friday.

Students will learn virtually through the end of next week. Students will return to the classroom Monday, August 30th.

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