Havre Public Schools Remote Learning Program is Unanimously Approved

HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – The Special Board of Trustees met at Havre Middle School Thursday, March 26 and passed the first draft of Havre Public Schools remote learning program unanimously.

The remote learning plan will go into effect Monday, March 30 and Superintendent Andy Carlson asks for everyone’s flexibility and patience during its initial execution.

“When Monday gets going, you know, it’s going to be different for all of us. That’s what I really want people to know – we’re learning along with you. So, you know, I think as we progress in this it will get better for our staff, and our students certainly will get more used to it.”

Carlson says most schools will be using different platforms to implement the remote learning program, as this first draft is primarily a guide to help get everyone through to April 10th.

“Well, it’s gonna look a little different at every grade level but first thing I would do is I’d encourage folks to go to our website and click on the COVID-19 link, and if you go to messages from district there’s a HPS remote learning plan draft. So, you can go there and you can find your school and find out what’s happening.”

To find what platform your school is using or for more information visit blueponyk12.com.


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