Ozark City Schools start the school year virtually
DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) - Classes were back in session Tuesday for Ozark City Schools, except classrooms were empty.
Due to COVID-19 they have switched to virtual learning. This decision was made to put the safety of the kids and staff first.
However, teachers want to assure that they are still there to help.
“It’s hard I am hoping to have a personal connections maybe have some small groups online virtually that’s my plan in the future but right now I am just trying to let my parents know that I am here for them because it is very stressful to get logged on especially something you are not familiar with I have grandparents that are trying to help to and they’re not tech savy so they are needing an extra push some extra encouragement,” said Allison Raby - Lisenby Kindergarten Teacher.
Hopes are high that they will be able to get back into the classrooms soon.
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