Following the announcement that regular classroom instruction will be cancelled for the rest of the year, area schools are scrambling to see how to accomplish the goal of “distance learning.”
One of the avenues is through the Internet and Henryetta school officials are conducting a survey to see who has access to the Internet as well as a computer or chromebook.
That survey link is available on the Henryetta Public School Facebook page or can be accessed here:
Schools have until April 6 to provide the distance learning program for students.
The state Department of Education will provide distance learning frameworks and resources on its website in the coming days, officials said. In addition, the agency is exploring how federal assistance could help digital connectivity for some districts.
This year’s graduates will be the subject of a plan to assess the requirements in order to receive their diplomas.