By Gary Lloyd
PINSON — Pinson Valley High School Principal Terrence Brown said in a video that the school is “excited” about a new hybrid schedule that aims to prepare students for college and the workforce.
Brown said the new hybrid schedule was approved by the Jefferson County Board of Education in March.
Brown said the schedule, which features five class periods instead of eight, is designed to provide three functions for students: enrichment and remedial support, an opportunity to provide internships and learning experiences in a variety of academic and job-related areas, and an opportunity to create academies based on student interest.
“Pinson Valley High School is excited about these opportunities,” Brown said. “We look forward to communicating with you and getting your feedback and input on this schedule and various opportunities available.”
For more information or to watch Brown’s video, visit www.pinsonvalleyhigh.jefcoed.com.
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