Full-Time Distance Learning Could Become a Reality for Tuscaloosa City Schools
The Tuscaloosa City School System could be one step closer to making full-time distance learning a reality for its students.
TCS sent an email to parents this morning stating that the system is planning a distance learning option for this fall. Board of Education members received a preliminary update on a Recovery and Reopening Plan which includes several options for the new school year: a full-time in person school year, a full-time distance learning option, or an option that includes a combination of both in-person and distance learning.
"Under this plan, parents may elect to continue virtual learning as part of the school system's offerings. Look for more information on this in the coming weeks as families will be individually contacted to make a determination on your choice for your child," TCS stated in the email.
For a more in-depth explanation of the Recovery and Reopening Plan, watch the video from Deputy Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Dr. James Pope below.