by Jackie Nunnery
LANCASTER—In an ongoing effort to provide educational resources to students while schools are officially closed, superintendent Dan Russell on May 12 announced the school system has “distributed 138 hot spots and numerous devices to students” along with support should technology issues arise.
By loaning hot spots and Chromebooks free of charge, all students will be able to access Google Classrooms, which is a way for students to stay in touch with teachers through virtual office hours and pick-up activities that will reinforce previously taught skills, he reported to school board members.
The hot spots, along with additional….
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