Coronavirus & Crisis Contingency Plan - Updated 4-17-20
Huntsville City Schools is taking the health and well being of our students and staff seriously. As a proactive measure, our Health Services and Facilities Departments are monitoring student illness and providing additional cleaning in our buildings as needed. Also, we continue to work closely with the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) for the latest guidance and recommendations regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), influenza, and other infectious illnesses/diseases.
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April 17 Update
A dozen churches in the area and the Food Bank of North Alabama are partnering with The Rock Worship Center, The Dream Center, and The Manna House to offer free meals for students at six locations across the community.
The groups are offering meals to youth 18 and under on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
- Lee High School (2500 Meridian St. Huntsville, AL 35811)
- Lakewood Elementary (3501 Kenwood Drive Huntsville, AL 35810)
- McDonnell Elementary (4010 Binderton Place, Huntsville, AL 35805)
- Ridgecrest Elementary (3505 Cerro Vista Dr. SW Huntsville, AL 35805)
- Chaffee Elementary (7900 Whittier Road Huntsville, AL 35802)
- Morris Schools (4801 Bob Wallace Ave. Huntsville, AL 35805)
Churches providing assistance include Aldersgate Methodist, Church of the Highlands, Huntsville First United Methodist, Mayfair Church of Christ, Rock Family Worship Center, Southwood Presbyterian, St. John AME, St. Matthews Episcopal, St. Thomas Episcopal, The Dwelling Place, Trinity Methodist and Union Hill Primitive Baptist.