Birmingham-Area Schools Nail Down Reopening Plans

As the beginning of schools’ fall term creeps nearer, school officials are nailing down their plans for educating students during the coronavirus pandemic.

Those plans vary across the Birmingham area, and some school leaders emphasize that they still could change, depending on the severity of the outbreak. All schools will offer a virtual learning option. Some schools are only doing virtual learning for the first nine weeks, while other schools also have an option to attend school in person.

Birmingham-Area Schools Nail Down Reopening Plans

More stories on local school openings:

Jefferson County Schools to Go Virtual-Only for First Nine Weeks; Some Student Athletes and Staff Have Tested Positive for COVID

Birmingham Schools Announce Online-Only Learning for First 9 Weeks

This story has been updated as school systems changed planned opening dates, including Birmingham, Bessemer and Mountain Brook.