Alachua County Public School students who started the Alachua Digital Academy last year have the approval for continued online learning for the rest of the school year.
The academy has approval from the Florida Department of Education to continue online learning for the next semester which starts on February 1.
“I’m pleased that this option will still be available for our students,” said Superintendent Dr. Carlee Simon in a press release. “I know this news will be a relief to many families who currently have their children enrolled in the Digital Academy.”
Schools in the district will be sending home letters to the parents of children who are not making adequate progress based on grades, attendance and assessments. After, parents will be able to decide if they want to move their children back to in-person schooling or have them stay in the digital academy.
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