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Remote Learning At Home
Published by Betty Houghtaling on April 3, 2020
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Cumberland County Schools developed Cumberland@Home which is a remote learning experience allowing students to continue learning beyond the walls of the classroom during the COVID-19 pandemic. Teachers and students communicate through virtual learning to help maintain engagement and continuity of learning outside of the classroom with tools that allow them to still communicate, facilitate group activities, provide feedback, track student progress, and create a lasting educational impact. Unfortunately, not all students have the means to participate virtually.

To accommodate some of our students that has no technology at home, Principal Myron Williams and Assistant Principal Cathy Mask along with other staffs worked last Thursday packing Chromebooks to be issued to students that signed through CCS needing technology at home. We all stay strong to provide for our students and we will be here to help every which way we can. Go FALCONS!!! STAY STRONG!!!