In order to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has released a new mask guidance. Here in Birmingham, city and county school systems are individually taking steps to ensure their students’ and faculty’s safety. Keep reading to find out how.
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Early school closings have affected young students across Birmingham. Beginning in May, Better Basics began collecting brand new books through their Books for Birmingham campaign. Their mission is to help these local students stay on track for their return back to school to prevent the summer slide.
Young students throughout Birmingham have been affected by early school closings. Better Basics has created the Books for Birmingham book drive campaign to collect NEW books for these students helping them get back in the swing of things for school in the fall.
Mayor Woodfin and the City of Birmingham emphasized the importance of investing in education with the Birmingham Promise. This trailblazing program introduces Birmingham City School students to unbelievable opportunities where they gain priceless work experience and encourages education beyond high school.
Earlier this year Church of the Highlands announced its expansion to west Birmingham.
Since the announcement, the Church of the Highlands West Birmingham Campus has been having community meetings to help start the process of building the new location. But before their new location is complete, they want to start building a community and begin regular Sunday services.
Our schools are keeping access to over $100 million in funding! Last night, Jefferson County voters decided to keep a .214% property tax in all 12 school systems. A whopping 6% of eligible voters came to the polls, the rest presumably fine either way.
Even schools get report cards. You can find your school and it’s district information on the Alabama Accountability System’s website. This year the Birmingham suburbs had pretty impressive marks. Not so much for the Birmingham City Schools.