OZARK, Ala. (WDHN) — Ozark City Schools students will soon return to face-to-face instruction four days a week, with one remote learning day.
In a recommendation to the Ozark Board of Education, Superintendent Rick McInturf suggested secondary students transition from the current Alternative (A-B Schedule) to four days of in-person instruction.
Monday through Thursday instruction will begin on October 26. Fridays will be used as cleaning/planning/remote learning days.
Lunches will be provided inside the schools for in-person students while remote learners can use walk up services.
Currently, no start date has been set for five day face-to-face instruction.