Carroll High School stays virtual
OZARK, Ala. (WTVY) - Carroll High School in Ozark will remain closed for in person classes the rest of this week.
According to a statement released from Ozark City Schools, Carroll High School will offer only remote instruction for the remainder of this week, October 21st and 22nd.
On Monday, October 26th, students will return using the established A-B schedule.
This schedule will be maintained until the end of the 9 week grading period on November 9th.
On November 9th, the plan is for all students to return to Carroll High School four days a week, Monday through Thursday. Friday will continue to be a remote learning day for all students.
All other schools in Ozark will continue operations, as normal, four days a week. All 100% remote students will continue using the remote format.
These modifications are necessary due to Covid -19 related issues.
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