In-person learning is back this school year. But how are quarantined students supported?
Schools are trying to make sure those who quarantine don’t fall behind.
In-person learning is back this school year. But how are quarantined students supported? Schools are trying to make sure those who quarantine don’t fall behind.
With some parents concerned about their kids getting proper resources and support if quarantined schools reassure parents that their kids are in safe hands, whether they are at home or on campus
The number of students sent home to quarantine is relatively low, superintendents tell me due in large part to mask mandates. The Moshannon Valley Superintendent says they already provide a lot of support for students but much of that involves parents reaching out.
“The district has put a lot of time and effort and resources into the supports that we have for students. And I think that we’re able to meet the majority of student needs academically even socially,
emotionally. But a lot of that comes from parents letting us know that there is a concern.”
Some of those resources include live streaming through Google classrooms, and providing students with a laptop and hotspot, if needed. And starting October 5th Moshannon Valley will offer afterschool help from teachers of many subjects to K-12 students falling behind
Reporting live from Centre County this is Douglas Braff.