All five school districts in Marshall County released a joint statement regarding the recent increase in cases of COVID-19 around the state and county.

The superintendents of each system said they would continue to hold in-person learning for now while they monitor the situation.

As of press time, no changes had been made to their plans.

The following is the statement from: Arab City Schools, Marshall County Schools, Albertville City Schools, Boaz City Schools and Guntersville City Schools:

“We are continuing to closely monitor factors relative to COVID-19. Each school system has a solid plan in place, and is updated as ADPH guidelines change.

“In addition, the ADPH Covid-19 Risk Indicator Dashboard is a color-coded system based on limited factors.

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