Virtual learning to be as strong as the traditional approach
Superintendent Mike Daria says the school system is committed to making sure expectations remain high for students.
Tuesday Last Day to Request Academic Packets
After that, the system will begin its transition to its instructional continuity plan called Learning at Home: The TCS Way. Starting next week, requests for academic packets should be made directly to your child's teacher.
Superintendent Mike Daria said teachers are preparing with virtual professional development sessions to deliver instruction starting April 6.
"Our teachers, our leaders are working now to make sure the plan we have in place for at-home teaching and learning is as strong as the traditional approach when the children came to our schools," said Daria.
Medication Pickups Postponed
Their contact information and the schools in which they serve are listed below:
- Sharon Dickerson, RN 205-614-7879
- Melissa Musick, RN 205-614-7041 (Arcadia, TASPA, TCTA, University Place)
- Brandi Norris, RN 205-614-2702 (Woodland Forrest, Rock Quarry, Northridge Middle and High)
- Kristi Parker, RN 205-614-1928 ( Southview, Skyland, Tuscaloosa Magnet Schools, and Oakdale)
- Leana Cameron, RN 205-331-1370 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary, Eastwood, Paul W. Bryant High, STARS and Success Prep)
- Deda Smith, RN 205-614-2912 (Central Elementary and High, Westlawn and Verner)
Thousands of Meals Served
While meal service continues this week, officials are saying to expect changes next week, with distribution moving to two or three times a week (with multiple meals received) instead of daily to limit potential exposure for families and staff.
Monday's lunch: hot dogs