Arab City Schools released its 2020-2021 Roadmap to Reopening Schools.
Students are scheduled to start class on Aug. 17. There are traditional and virtual options.
According to the district, students in the traditional option could transition to and from a blended curriculum in response to a significant increase or decrease in coronavirus cases.
Superintendent Johnny Berry told WAAY 31 the district is offering the traditional classroom experience and virtual learning through the state program.
"Every student is our student regardless if they are in the building or if they are off campus learning," said Berry.
One of the biggest changes he wanted to make sure parents know about is that they are cancelling their extended day program, which is an after-school program for kids.
"It was a very difficult decision for us. It’s a very popular program. Unfortunately, we just don’t feel like that we can continue to keep our social distancing and those type of things with so many students in such a small environment," said Berry.
You can find the full plan below: