• Hartselle City Schools Frequently Asked Questions: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak

    Please note that each of these items is dated and time-stamped.  Conditions and recommendations are changing quickly and HCS is working to adjust with these recommendations.  The answers provided are accurate as of the date and time stamped on the answer.

    For immediate school notifications, download the Hartselle City Schools app.

    What should I do if my child or someone in our home is diagnosed with COVID-19?  Is the school supposed to keep records on that?

    The faculty and staff of Hartselle City Schools are truly concerned about the health and safety of students during this mandatory school closure. In an effort to remain informed about student health, we have developed a notification process for COVID-19 cases within our school community.

    If your student or someone they have been in contact with is diagnosed with COVID-19, please follow guidelines from their health care provider and notify Hartselle City Schools by emailing Kelli.morton@hartselletigers.org. A school representative may contact you to follow up on reported incidents. 

  • Have a Question Not Covered Here:

    The State Department of Education is fielding COVID-19 related questions from parents:

    Non-English-speaking families seeking guidance:

    Questions regarding special education services:

    Questions Regarding Health Services:

    School-specific questions can be directed to Principals:
    HHS: brad.cooper@hartselletigers.org
    HJHS: rocky.smith@hartseletigers.org
    HIS: earon.sheats@hartselletigers.org
    BBES: tina.towers@hartselletigers.org
    CES: karissa.lang@hartselletigers.org
    FEB: debbie.queen@hartselletigers.org