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Maine’s first online public school hosts summit

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Maine’s first online public school hosts summit


SUNDAY IN THE MID TO UPPER 50s.>>STUDENTS FROM MAINE’S FIRST
ONLINE PUBLIC SCHOOL TRADED IN
COMPUTER SCREENS FOR SOME FACE
TIME WITH THEIR CLASSMATES.>>IT HOSTED AN ACADEMIC SUMMIT
AT FORT WILLIAMS PARK. THE THEME, OUTDOO EDUCATION. STUDENTS IN GRADES SEVEN THROUGH
12 HAD A HISTORY LESSON, AND
OTHER NATURE-BASED PROGRAMS. FOR THEM IT’S A GOO OPPORTUNITY
FOR HANDS GENEREAL LEARNING.>>IT’S A TIME FOR US WHO GO TO
AN ONLINE SCHOOL TO GET TO KNOW
EACH OTHER, MEET UP WITH EACH
OTHER. PUT NAMES TO FACES, GET TO MEET
OUR TEACHERS. IT’S REALLY FUN.>>SARAH LONG ALSO LIVE FROM THE
SUMMIT EARLIER TODAY. STUDENTS GOT A CHANC

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2 thoughts on “Maine’s first online public school hosts summit”

  1. bumcheek7 says:

    My daughter went to an experiential school in Portland.
    Her freshman year was great, but unfortunately too many if the Sudanese, Congolese and Somalian students that didn't helping in that type of advanced school ruined it by pushing their way in.
    Maine is s helluva place to relocate sub-saharan refugees.
    I pulled her out and homeschooled her.

  2. kris H. says:

    I've been waiting for them to offer it for the younger grades…anyone know if this is in the plans…

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