West Lincoln makes a schedule switch due to COVID-19 exposure
West Lincoln Attendance Center has switched to an alternative schedule due to an increase in coronavirus exposure.
On Wednesday, the Lincoln County School District announced that West Lincoln would be switching to an alternative schedule beginning today. This decision was made due to the school having a high number of exposed students.
Students grades 7-12 will attend using an A/B alternating schedule beginning today and ending Feb. 5. Kindergarten through sixth grade will remain on a four day school week and not attend class on Wednesday.
Bogue Chitto, Loyd Star and Enterprise schools are still following the same schedules and have not been affected by this change.
“We will continue to monitor and adjust plans as needed,” Superintendent David Martin said. “We appreciate your continued patience and support.”