Classes in Selma City Schools to Be Remote This Week as Tornado Recovery Continues

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Students in Selma City Schools will take classes remotely this week due to the devastating tornado that hit the city last Thursday.

Schools were closed last Friday and were closed today for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. It had been hoped they would reopen on Tuesday.

The school system says that it knows the need for flexibility for all families to make adjustments in the wake of the tornado.

While the students will be remote, employees will return on Wednesday.

In Autauga County, Billingsley School, Pine Level Elementary School, Marbury Middle School and Marbury High School are closed Tuesday. However, faculty and staff at those schools will need to report Tuesday at 8:00 a.m.

Those four schools will be in session as normal on Wednesday.


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