With kids in virtual classrooms, ALXnow wants to know how the community feels about the school year so far.
The Alexandria City Public School Board voted in July for a virtual school year, and the school system spent considerable time training staff and working with the community in the days leading up the the first day of school on Tuesday, Sept. 8. Students started officially participating in the Virtual+ model with Chromebooks,
The school system released a portal with updates, learning resources, schedules and school services to help families get through the year, and we’d like to hear what you think.
Please fill out the poll below and then expand on your opinion in the comments.
Additionally, if you’d like to share your experience with us personally or share a news tip, feel free to send our editorial team an email.
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