The state’s only accredited synchronous virtual learning school is looking to see an increase in enrollment again. Following pandemic uncertainty, safety concerns, and an improved execution, parents and teachers are saying the expansion of online options is good for their students.
“They feel comfortable, maybe because they’re in their home, maybe because they’re behind a screen. But they feel comfortable because they’re speaking out in class, they feel comfortable participating,” said Kala Munguia, the Principal of Jeffco Remote Learning Program.
The program is expecting about 700 students for this upcoming year.
“Our real concern was about him just socially and how that was going to go, but that’s turned out to be just fine,” said Heather Hagen, a mother of a rising first…
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