Two Alabama schools go online after employee tests positive days before in-person classes start

Posted on AllSides August 12th, 2020
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Two Alabama schools will begin the school year with online courses after an employee connected to both schools tested positive for COVID-19 days before in-person instruction was set to start on Wednesday.

More than 1,200 students at Moulton Middle School and Moulton Elementary School in Lawrence County are shifting to online classes after a last-minute adjustment after the positive test result. Both schools in Facebook posts said online instruction is expected to last until Aug. 26 after two weeks.

Both of the schools said they conferred with the Alabama Department...

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