Forty-three Gloucester Public Schools secondary students have applied for remote learning during the 2021-2022 school year, school division assistant superintendent Chuck Wagner told the Gloucester School Board during its June 23 work session.
The division is not offering remote learning to elementary students in the fall. Secondary students whose applications are approved will pursue courses remotely through the state-sponsored Virtual Virginia curriculum, he said.
Wagner said the students who applied to study remotely included 27 Gloucester High School students, nine Peasley Middle School students and seven Page Middle School students. The 27 GHS students included 12 who will be seniors.
Of the 43 students who applied for remote learning, Wagner said 42 had been fully remote learners during the 2020-2021 school year. He said classes for the remote learners will begin Aug. 24, adding that the remote students will have daily class schedules and that the Virtual Virginia curri...
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