GENEVA, Ala. (WDHN) — Geneva City School Superintendent Ron Snell said his faculty is ready for on-campus learning, starting Tuesday.
Tuesday marks the beginning of the final 18-week semester of the school year.
So far, Snell said he hasn’t heard of too many COVID-19 cases stemming from the Christmas holiday, but in the event of a spike, there are contingency plans.
“First priority for every school system is the health and the safety of their kids and the faculty inside the buildings, and so, every decision that we make is very localized and based on the numbers in the building, and right now, we are okay,” he said.
For several Wiregrass school districts, on-campus learning is being delayed due to an increase in COVID-19 cases and those who are in quarantine due to social tracing.