Carroll High changes instructional plan due to COVID-19

Coronavirus

UPDATE:

Carroll High School will continue to offer remote instruction only for the rest of the week, according to an Ozark City Schools release.

On Oct. 26, students will return to an A-B schedule until the end of the nine-week period on Nov. 9. After that, all students will return to Carroll High School four days a week with Friday being a remote learning day for everyone.

All other schools are operating as normal.

ORIGINAL REPORT:

OZARK, Ala. (WDHN) — Carroll High School will be moving to remote instruction Monday and Tuesday due to COVID-19 issues, according to a statement from the district.

This change is only meant for Carroll High. All other schools will operate as normal.

Ozark City Schools expects the school to return to regular face to face instruction on Wednesday.

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