ASHFORD, Ala. (WDHN) — The Houston County School superintendent and his office put on a meeting at the Watermark Church in Ashford.
At the meeting, school officials met to talk about the upcoming school year discussing the malware chaos, school safety, and goals they want to achieve for this upcoming school year.
Superintendent David Sewell expressed how much safety is important at the meeting.
“This past year we made it through tornados, Hurricane Michael, and we hope for a calm year. I have no doubt we will meet the needs of our schools this year,” Sewell said.
Students will start the new school year on August 12th.