HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – Havre Public Schools is releasing the first draft of their initial learning plan for online classes this weekend and will start implementing the plan Monday, March 30.
Superintendent Andy Carlson says they are doing all they can to make sure each student not only has a device but has access to WiFi as well.
“What I want people to know is on Monday we actually start our remote learning. We’ve done some things to try to get devices in people’s hands. If you don’t have a device yet, you can contact your school – there are people at the phones, and they’ll answer those, and we’ll work on getting you a device. We’re also setting up some spots where there’s some greater connectivity. If you’re a student right now and you go to the west parking lot of Havre High School and park close to the building, you can actually get on our WiFi.”
Carlson says he wants the public to view this initial plan as a first draft and looks forward to hearing feedback from the public so they can create a better learning experience for each student.
“This is very unfamiliar to us as well and our first draft is truly that our first draft and, you know, we’re gonna do our best and we’re gonna find out what does and doesn’t work and we’ll adjust as we go.”
The initial learning plan was approved on Thursday, March 26.
For more information on the plan and how you can provide feedback visit blueponyk12.com.