It’s all about keeping the kids connected and returning to some degree of normalcy, if that’s possible.
Yesterday Bay Area school officials were busy making plans to roll out online education.
Michael Grego is Pinellas County Superintendent. He said, “Our goal is to ensure we can provide some continuity of instruction. It’s not going to perfect. It’s not going to be as if students are coming to our school buildings but we are trying as hard as we can to provide some continuity of instruction for our community.”
In Pinellas County, next Tuesday, March 24 and Wednesday, March 25, students will be able to pick up a digital device at their school if they need one.
They’ll be logging into the Clever platform for lessons and re
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