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Reopening Alabama’s K-12 schools: Here are the plans:

Reopening Alabama’s K-12 schools: Here are the plans so far (Updated: 2020, August 10). Retrieved July 15, 2020:

School districtLink to infoHow schools startStart date
Acceleration Day and Evening AcademyLinktraditional or virtual8/11
Alabama School of Fine ArtsLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Alabaster CityLinkhybrid8/19
Albertville CityLinktraditional or virtual8/24
Alexander CityLink traditional or virtual9/8
Andalusia CityLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Anniston CityLinkvirtual8/5
Arab CityLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Athens CityLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Attalla CityLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Auburn CityLinktraditional or virtual8/10
Autauga CountyLinktraditional or virtual9/8
Baldwin CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/12
Barbour CountyLinkvirtual8/20
Bessemer CityLink virtual8/20
Bibb CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/18
Birmingham CityLinkvirtual8/24
Blount CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/13
Boaz CityLinkhybrid8/20
Brewton CityLinktraditional or virtual8/10
Bullock CountyLinkvirtual8/24
Butler CountyLinktraditional or virtual9/8
Calhoun CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/18
Chambers CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/12
Cherokee CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/19
Chickasaw CityLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Chilton CountyLinktraditional or virtual9/8
Choctaw CountyLinkvirtual8/10
Clarke CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/31
Clay CountyLinkhybrid8/25
Cleburne CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/13
Coffee CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/10
Colbert CountyLinkhybrid8/24 staggered
Conecuh CountyLinkvirtual8/20
Coosa CountyLinkvirtual8/31
Covington CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Crenshaw CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/24
Cullman CityLinktraditional or virtual8/19
Cullman CountyLinkhybrid8/20
Dale CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/14
Daleville CityLinktraditional or virtual8/21
Dallas CountyLinktraditional or virtual9/8
Decatur CityLinktraditional or virtual8/12
Dekalb CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/10 staggered
Demopolis CityLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Dothan CityLinktraditional or virtual9/8
Elba Citytraditional or virtual8/10
Elmore CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/10
Enterprise CityLinktraditional or virtual8/6
Escambia CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/7
Etowah CountyLinkhybrid8/17
Eufaula CityLinkvirtual8/20
Fairfield CityLinkvirtual8/10
Fayette CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Florence CityLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Fort Payne CityLinktraditional or virtual8/12
Franklin CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Gadsden CityLinkvirtual8/17
Geneva CityLinktraditional or virtual8/24
Geneva CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/28
Greene CountyLinkvirtual8/20
Gulf Shores CityLinktraditional or virtual8/12
Guntersville CityLinktraditional or virtual8/25
Hale CountyLinkvirtual8/20
Haleyville CityLinktraditional or virtual8/12
Hartselle CityLinktraditional or virtual8/10 staggered
Henry CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/21
Homewood CityLinkhybrid8/19
Hoover CityLinkhybrid8/20
Houston CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Huntsville CityLinkvirtual8/17
i3 AcademyLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Jackson CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/7
Jacksonville CityLinkhybrid8/18
Jasper CityLinkhybrid8/20
Jefferson CountyLinkvirtual9/1
Lamar CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/24
Lanett Cityvirtual8/24
Lauderdale CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Lawrence CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/12
LEAD AcademyLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Lee CountyLinkvirtual8/17
Leeds CityLinkhybrid8/20
Legacy PrepLinkvirtual8/24
Limestone CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/7
Linden CityLinkvirtual8/10
Lowndes CountyLinkvirtual8/19
Macon CountyLinkvirtual8/6
Madison CityLinkvirtual8/10
Madison CountyLinkvirtual8/19
Marengo CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Marion CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/11
Marshall CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/12
Midfield CityLinkvirtual8/25
Mobile CountyLinkvirtual9/1
Monroe CountyLinkvirtual8/17
Montgomery CountyLinkvirtual8/10
Morgan CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/12
Mountain Brook CityLinkhybrid8/20
Muscle Shoals CityLinkhybrid8/20
Oneonta CityLinktraditional or virtual8/13
Opelika CityLinktraditional or virtual8/12
Opp CityLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Oxford CityLinktraditional or virtual8/19
Ozark CityLinkvirtual9/8
Pelham CityLinkhybrid8/19
Pell CityLinktraditional or virtual8/21
Perry CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/24
Phenix CityLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Pickens CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/26
Piedmont CityLinktraditional or virtual8/19
Pike CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/24
Pike Road CityLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Randolph CountyLinkhybrid8/27
Roanoke CityLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Russell CountyLinkvirtual8/10
Russellville CityLinktraditional or virtual8/19
Saraland CityLinktraditional or virtual8/6
Satsuma CityLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Scottsboro CityLinktraditional or virtual8/12 staggered
Selma CityLinkvirtual8/24
Sheffield CityLinkhybrid8/17
Shelby CountyLinkhybrid8/13
St Clair CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/20 staggered
Sumter CountyLinkvirtual8/21
Sylacauga CityLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Talladega CityLinkvirtual8/19
Talladega CountyLinkhybrid8/20
Tallapoosa CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/31
Tallassee CityLinktraditional or virtual9/8
Tarrant CityLinktraditional or virtual8/25
Thomasville CityLinktraditional or virtual8/17
Troy CityLinktraditional or virtual8/24
Trussville CityLinktraditional or virtual8/12
Tuscaloosa CityLinkvirtual8/20
Tuscaloosa CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Tuscumbia CityLinktraditional or virtual8/20
University Charter SchoolLinktraditional or virtual8/19
Vestavia Hills CityLinkhybrid8/20
Walker CountyLinkhybrid8/20
Washington CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/31
Wilcox CountyLinkhybrid8/20
Winfield CityLinktraditional or virtual8/20
Winston CountyLinktraditional or virtual8/20 staggered
Updated August 10, 2020


Data: When Will School Start This Fall?

Data: When Will School Start This Fall? (2020, July 13). Education Week. Retrieved July 15, 2020:

The start of the 2020-21 academic year is shaping up to be as unprecedented as the end of the current school year because of COVID-19. Exactly when the 2020-21 academic year can begin—typically a decision that’s the purview of individual districts—is in limbo because of ongoing challenges around containing the spread of the deadly virus.

States are moving forward with setting requirements or guidelines for local schools and districts to use as they decide when instruction—in-person, online, or a combination of both—will begin.