HOUSTON COUNTY, Ala. (WDHN) — On Monday, Houston County Schools Superintendent Brandy White announced the school district’s plan for virtual learning in a video message.

White stated that on a day-by-day notice, ninth through twelfth-grade classes will be moved online, depending on teacher/substitute availability. White stated that high school classes may be moved online so that high school teachers can be moved to kindergarten through eighth-grade classes, as needed.

The message from Superintendent White can be found below:

White stated that the district will contact parents/guardians in the event that their child’s school does go virtual.