Online Learning Update

June 29, 2010

High school will offer online learning for students with health or behavior issues

Filed under: Online Learning News — Ray Schroeder @ 12:05 am

by Hannah Guzik, Ashland Daily Tidings

Ashland High School will offer online classes next academic year for students who can’t attend traditional classes because of health or behavior issues and possibly for students who want to take more advanced courses, the school board decided on June 14. Administrators anticipate that fewer than 10 students will enroll in the program, which is expected to cost the district about $4,500. “It’s really there for students who, for whatever reason, can’t be on campus,” Superintendent Juli Di Chiro said. “Sometimes it’s a health-related issue, or it might be a behavior issue.”

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