MADISON COUNTY, ALABAMA, Ala. — Students and teachers returned to in-person learning on Monday, September 15 for their "Second First Day Back to School."
The district added some precautionary measures to its schools to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Plexiglass barriers have been installed on tables in some elementary schools and 70 new stand-up temperature monitors have been purchased and implemented across schools in the district.
Madison County Schools in-school learning preparation
According to Madison County Schools, approximately 70% of students plan to be back in the classroom for in-person instruction while the other 30% intend to continue remote learning.
Madison County Schools said that parents were given the option to continue remote learning or to return to in-person a few weeks before the return.
Teachers and students will be required to wear face masks as they return to campus.
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