Eleven Schools Temporarily Transitioning to Remote Learning

Eleven Huntsville City Schools will temporarily transition to remote learning on Thursday, Jan. 20 and Friday, Jan. 21. Students will return to campus on Monday, Jan. 24.  The district’s Preventative Measures Team worked collaboratively with the school’s leadership team to assess several factors before making the decision to transition to remote learning, including the number of positive COVID-19 cases and/or staffing availability.  For additional details, including a complete list of the schools affected, click the More Information button below.

Student Discipline, Positive School Climate, & Effective Classroom Management

VII.I.1:  The District’s Student Code of Conduct implemented after the effective date of this Consent Order or after the previous annual report. CLICK HERE FOR ELEMENTARY REPORT; CLICK HERE FOR SECONDARY REPORT

VII.I.2:  A list of professional development activities required by Section VII, including the date, duration, subject matter, presenter and number of individuals in attendance by group (e.g., principals, teachers).  CLICK HERE FOR REPORT

VII.I.3:  The information provided to parents/guardians pursuant to Section VII.  CLICK HERE FOR REPORT

VII.I.4:  For each school, the total number and percentage of students receiving a disciplinary referral, disaggregated by race, in-school suspension, out-of-school suspension, expulsion, school referrals to law enforcement and alternative school placement and plans/strategies developed and implemented as a result of the District’s review in Section VII.G.  CLICK HERE FOR REPORT

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