Coronavirus worries at local school prompts updated method of instruction

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OZARK, Ala. (WDHN) – Carroll High School students will stick with remote-only instruction until November 9.  

In a post on the Ozark City Schools Facebook page Saturday, Ozark City Schools Superintendent Rick McInturf said Carroll High students should not report to the school through the end of the nine-week grading period.

“It is anticipated that students will be able to return for face to face instruction on November 9th,” Supt. McInturf stated.

This change in remote-only instruction does not impact other schools in the system, and the superintendent said all other schools will continue with the established schedule.

The post stated: “All students that are participating in face to face instruction in grades K-8 will report to school four days per week, Monday-Thursday.  Fridays will be remote learning days for all students.”

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