Teachers and staff are working to help students feel safe, comfortable, and ready to learn no matter how they are participating this school year.
“Other than the set up and we have masks on, it’s not a lot different. We have to clean. So, it’s kind of the little things,” said River Valley Middle School teacher Crystal Merrifield. “But, the big part of education and the lessons, those are still the same. We’re still teaching, building relationships and getting to the content.”
“We meet through Google meets. We have the same school schedule as traditional kids,” said Bridgepoint Elementary mySchool Online teacher Laysha Dauton. “We follow the same exact curriculum path as what traditional students are doing. They’re not missing anything. If anything, the technology piece is more advanced, so they’re learning through that as well.”
Check out this video to see how Greater Clark County Schools is working to meet the needs of all students, whether they are in the traditional or virtual classrooms. #WeAreGreater