Did a week of virtual school help drop COVID-19 case numbers in Montgomery Public Schools and Autauga County Schools?
Six Elmore County Schools which had switched to remote learning will resume in-person classes on Monday.
Elmore County School Supt. Richard Dennis says five schools will continue to have remote learning due to faculty and staff absences.
Autauga County school officials say students will not return to in-person learning this week.
All Selma City Schools will shift to virtual learning due to the rise in COVID cases.
The Lowndes County Board of Education says it is extending virtual learning.
Starting Tuesday, January 18 through Friday, January 21, schools will close the schools to allow time to deep clean and sanitize all school buildings.
Starting Wednesday, students will participate in virtual learning until Friday, January 14. Faculty and staff will still report to work each day.
With rising COVID cases in the state, some school superintendents are making the decision to go back to virtual learning. Butler and Macon County have made the decision to return to virtual learning. Butler County school Superintendent Joseph Eiland said this is a result of the Omicron variant sweeping through the nation. “One after the other of our staff members…
The superintendent of Butler County Schools has announced that the school system will switch to virtual learning through the middle of January.