Clarke County School District

Grove Hill, Alabama

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    On the first day of pick up meals for Clarke County Schools, almost 1500 meals were served. That was 2 breakfast and 2 lunch per kid. This was accomplished with workers from the child nutrition program and teacher and community volunteers. In Jackson, Mayor South and his wife, Jan were among the volunteers helping to prepare/distribute the meals.

    Also Ross Wood with the Clarke County Democrat was passing out free newspapers at the Grove Hill site.

    Meals will continue to be distributed to those 18 yrs and younger on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at Clarke County High and Gillmore Elementary.  Parents who want to pick up a meal for their child when the child is not present may do so with proof that the meal is for the child. This may include, but is not limited to:  the child’s social security number, birthdate, birth certificate, student ID, transcript or report card. No proof of any kind is needed when the child is present. If a child is not enrolled in our school system, they must be present to receive a meal. 

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    Larry Bagley announces a change in this week's schedule. Classes in the Clarke County School District will be held Monday, March 16, however, after Monday, there will not be classes until April 6. Attendance on Monday is not mandatory and will be excused.  All staff is to report Monday as usual.  There will be no classes on Tuesday, March 17, and Wednesday, March 18 as previously announced. 


    The Clarke County School District will continue to give updates through the app, the website and call notifications.

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    Larry Bagley, Superintendent of the Clarke County School District announces school closings for Clarke County High School, Jackson High School, Jackson Intermediate School, Wilson Hall Middle School, Joe M. Gillmore Elementary School, Grove Hill Elementary School and Jackson Middle School based on the following announcement.


    The Alabama State Department of Education, Superintendent, Eric Mackey has released the following memo due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Effective Thursday, March 19, 2020, All Public Schools in the state of Alabama shall close facilities until Monday, April 6, 2020. All school events, such as performances, plays, athletic events, athletic practices, etc., are suspended during this period of school closure. We will continue to reassess the evolving situation and provide ongoing communication and guidance as we all continue to monitor the latest public health updates from the ADPH and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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