Superintendent Dr. Lisa Herring joins the city's tele-town hall meeting in order to address the questions and concerns of our 9-12th grade families.
The district's BCSEats feeding program will temporarily pause after this Friday, March 27, 2020. Families can pick up 5 meals at all BCS schools or participating community centers.
As a reminder, we are continuing our expanded meal services for students at more than 50 locations, including all community centers and all BCS schools except Carver from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m every day this week.
As many families are at home with their students during the school closure, Birmingham City Schools (BCS) encourages families to complete the 2020 Census.
BCS has developed a variety of enrichment options including Curriculum & Instruction Resources, Resources for Families and Enrichment Practice at Home at www.bhamcityschools.org/enrichment.
Birmingham City Schools leaders are ready to offer extended meal services beginning Thursday, March 19, 2020 at more than 40 schools across the district and more than 15 community centers across the city.
Districts involved in the partnership include Bessemer City, Birmingham City, Fairfield City, Jefferson County, Midfield City and Tarrant City.
Birmingham City Schools (BCS) has learned a Central Office employee tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).
Birmingham City Schools (BCS) is prepared to serve free meals to students during the extended school closure beginning Monday, March 16 through Friday, April 3, 2020.
Out of an abundance of caution relative to the coronavirus (COVID-19), Birmingham City Schools (BCS) will close for students and employees effective immediately.
Birmingham City Schools (BCS), in conjunction with Gov. Kay Ivey’s newly declared state of emergency surrounding the coronavirus, will close all schools and facilities for students and staff members effective Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at the close of business. The district is anticipated to reopen on Monday, April 6, 2020.
As conversation elevates surrounding the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) both in our community and across the country, I am writing to provide you with an update relative to safety measures and precautions we are implementing in Birmingham City Schools (BCS).
While there have not been any reports of the coronavirus in the state of Alabama, the district is closely monitoring the situation. Additionally, we are following recommended health guidelines from the Alabama Department of Public Health, Alabama State Department of Education, and the Centers for Disease Control.