Fraser Public Schools to Offer Virtual Classes in Fall
As the school year is being finished up for this year, parents anxiously await how schooling will look in the fall for their kids.
Most of us parents are waiting to hear how the 2020-2021 school year is going to look for our children. One Michigan public school system as already committed to both virtual online classes, as well as in-school face-to-face options. Personally, I think this is a great option.
Fraser Public Schools will give parents and students two options for the upcoming year. The virtual option will be taught by the teachers at the school and offer the same quality and support for students. Students learning virtually will still be allowed to participate in band, athletics, performing arts, and student organizations. Middle and high school students will also be able to participate in hybrid classes.
I am willing to guess that we will see a lot of schools doing this for the upcoming school year and I have no problem with it. Obviously, tensions are high and I think that options like these are about the only way school systems will be able to please the majority of parents and students. When I was in school, I needed to be in class and get hands-on experiences and I know I'm not the only one that learns like that. Some people on the other hand are the opposite.
What do you want to see in the upcoming school year? Each parent needs to do what they think is best for their child and the more options we have will make it easier on everyone.
Source: Fraser Public Schools