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Board reviews Virtual Virginia

Virtual Virginia, the online K-12 instructional platform, was the topic of discussion at Tuesday’s meeting of the Gloucester County School Board, which was held in the T.C. Walker Education Center.

Katie Litton, Academic Support Coordinator and Remote Learning Program Administrator for the division, presented data from a survey conducted on April 1 that was given to current remote learning program families with students from sixth to 11th grade.

According to the survey, eight families would like their students to continue with Virtual Virginia, one family plans to move out of the district at the end of the current academic year, and another family is not pleased with their student’s performance and will be sending their student back to in-person learning in the fall. Three families have not completed the survey to date.

School board members had several items to consider with the potential continuation of current students participating in remote learning for the next academic ...

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