Students in Madison County Schools will return from winter break on a hybrid learning schedule.
The district said on Wednesday that it’s moving to Level 2 Hybrid Instruction from Jan. 4 until at least Friday, Jan. 15, which is a half-day for students.
This means students will be divided into two groups and alternate between in-class and remote learning. Group One consists of students with last names starting with A – K. Group Two is made up of students with last names starting with L – Z.
Students will do in-person learning two days a week and remote learning three days a week.
The district’s update on Wednesday said “Our team will continue to evaluate the COVID-19 situation to determine if a change in our instructional mode is necessary after January 15th.”