Huntsville City Schools preparing for virtual first day
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Huntsville City Schools preps

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Students old enough to work are grateful for virtual learning. 15-year-old Justin Copeland says he will now have more time for his job at JJ’s Treats, thanks to virtual learning.

Someone whose also excited for the new school year, Principal Gregory Hicks. He says this year though will look very different. His school, Huntsville Junior High, handed out devices to students who needed them.

“Students that are new here they are getting new laptops. There were some students that dropped off broken laptops in the summer and they are picking them up as well so they can get ready for Monday,” said Hicks.

“It just doesn’t seem real until you start to see the kids. We hadn’t seen them in several months. Excited is one word. I got a little sad earlier when I had to see them off. But we are really ready to have them back,” said Coffey.

Huntsville City Schools supplies every student with a device. That means the district has about 23,000 devices. Each school is working with parents who couldn’t make pick up, so no student is left behind.

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