HALEYVILLE - Due to secondary roads still being deemed impassible as of Thursday morning as well as a water issue at Haleyville City schools that could pose a problem about ice, the schools will be virtual this Friday January 19, announced superintendent Dr Holly Sutherland.
"We are not risking employee or student safety by trying to open school when it is not safe to do so," Sutherland emphasized.
Sutherland encouraged all students to refer to their grade level and classroom platforms, online work platforms and iReady or their virtual assignments.
Winston County Schools have also announced that they will be virtual on Friday.
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