Renovations, iPads await students in Tuscaloosa County School System

Big changes are coming to the Tuscaloosa County School System as about 19,000 students prepare to head back to school this week.

Many students will be greeted with fresh paint and upgraded facilities when they return to the classroom on Wednesday, which is the first day of school for Tuscaloosa city and county schools.

Several Tuscaloosa County schools have been renovated for the 2022-23 school year. Some of these improvements include lunchroom expansions and enhanced football fields and stadiums.

“We’ve had renovations going on all summer. And some of them have been wrapping up since the spring,” said Keri Johnson, superintendent of the Tuscaloosa County School System.

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