Arvon back in business with remote ed

MAKING LEARNING FUN–Arvon teacher Kristina Waara using puppets “Little Critter” and “Clifford” to inspire youngsters learning remotely. “I’m using puppets to help reach kids, rather than just Mrs. Waara speaking on a computer screen,” Waara said.

Editor’s note: The Arvon Township School board and staff provided the following look at reopening for the 2020-21 school year: Arvon Township School began the new year online in a very unique way. Students and teachers interact with each other throughout the school day and the structure closely mimics spending a day in the classroom. Students meet in whole groups and individually by grade. A morning snack break, lunch time and a “recess” period is incorporated into the day. Families have the option of participating in the school lunch program and meals are delivered to the school for pick up. To read more, subscribe to the L’Anse Sentinel online, or buy a print copy at our local retailers.

 

Filed in: Baraga County, News, Skanee-Aura

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