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Monday, November 19, 2018
Meeting students where they are -- online
High school senior Callie McAtee does her school work through the virtual learning platform offered this year by Frankton-Lapel Community Schools. “It works out really well because it’s flexible, so if I have to do my work later in the day, that makes it a lot easier,” McAtee said. Frankton-Lapel’s online academy has about 50 students, including 19 full-time students. Staff photo by Don Knight
High school senior Callie McAtee does her school work through the virtual learning platform offered this year by Frankton-Lapel Community Schools. “It works out really well because it’s flexible, so if I have to do my work later in the day, that makes it a lot easier,” McAtee said. Frankton-Lapel’s online academy has about 50 students, including 19 full-time students. Staff photo by Don Knight
Frankton-Lapel becomes one of first districts in the state to operate a virtual school

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Editor, John C. DePrez Jr.; Executive Editor, Carol Rogers; Publishers: IBRC and IAR


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