Alva Schools prepare for distance learning

 

August 2, 2020

Marione Martin

Alva School Board member Karen Koehn (right foreground) makes a motion to approve the school's distance learning plan during Wednesday's meeting. At left is Washington Elementary Principal Shane Feely, also the district curriculum coordinator, who explained the plan. At far right is board member Tiffany Slater.

The benefits of the two-year commitment to strategic planning are evident in the way the Alva Public Schools are handling back-to-school plans. Strategic planning relied heavily on input from administrators, teachers, school staff and community members. Those contacts and strategies are proving helpful in facing the challenges of educating youth while protecting their health during the pandemic.

In putting together Alva's distance learning plan, committees of teachers and parents were set up to solve problems and implement a continuous learning plan. Chairman Shane Feely, who is the distric...



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