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Russellville Schools Go Virtual Learning

RUSSELLVILLE, Alabama – Students at schools in the city of Russellville will switch to virtual learning starting Thursday, January 13.

Schools in the city of Russellville said the move was due to an increase in student and staff absences due to an increase in COVID-19 positive cases and quarantines.

Virtual learning will take place the rest of the week and the entire week of January 17th.

“We know there is a lot to be expected at the last minute, and we apologize for the inconvenience, but the circumstances are simply beyond our control, and our first priority is the safety of our students and employees. “said the school system. . “Our hope is that this time away from face-to-face learning will slow the spread of the virus and give those who are currently sick enough time to recover.”

Schools will resume in-person learning on Monday January 24.


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