Enterprise, Ala. (WDHN)—Two Enterprise High Students and one Coppinville Junior High student have tested “positive” for the coronavirus.
It has led to more than 100 other students being sent home because they had been near
The “Infected” students, or because they showed symptoms.
Now, school administrators are planning a “staggered” class schedule that uses virtual learning and
Eleventh-Grader Madeline Rodriguez is one of more than 21-hundred students “enrolled” at Enterprise High School.
With two EHS students “testing” positive for coronavirus on Tuesday, the district has decided to go on a
“staggered” schedule beginning Friday, August 21st. Madeline worries about
unknowingly bringing the virus home, she has a sister with asthma.
Rodriguez says ” yes I do have a sister and she has asthma and I really don’t know what would happen if I unknowingly gave it to her.”
“Blue Days”, for those students whose last names’ begin with the letters’ A-thru-K, they will have traditional classes on Mondays and Wednesdays. Remote learning Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
On “White Days”, students whose last names’ begin with the letters’ L-thru-Z. On-site classroom
instruction on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Remote learning Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
First-year EHS Principal Stan Sauls says “no” students will be on campus Fridays, which will allow “deep” cleaning of the
schools. However, teachers will be teaching remotely with all of their students.
“We have around 21-hundred student and by staggering, it will be around half in the building at any one time. It will allow us to more social distance, “
according to Sauls.
Enterprise City School Superintendent Greg Faught says students involved in extracurricular activities such as football, volleyball, and the band will attend
“daily” during their designated block.