Progress reports went out to parents and guardians of Lamar County students last week and put the spotlight on the poor performance of remote learners who have not done the work or turned in assignments. Superintendent Dr. Jute Wilson has been warning that those students would not advance or graduate.’That group of students had a high failure rate and that got the attention of many of the parents. We’ve said from the beginning that we really need strong communication with remote students and their parents,’ Wilson said.The system had several positive coronavirus test results last week at all levels and more students and staff were quarantined. The school system has a comprehensive plan for dealing with cases and exposures.
Progress reports spotlight failures of remote learners, parents
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