MPS Preparing for “Virtual Day”
Marlow Public Schools students and faculty are preparing for the first Virtual Day on September 16. Virtual Days, scheduled once a month through the school year, were implemented as part of the district’s reopening program so that teachers and students could experience virtual learning and be prepared in the event of quarantine or school closings.
Marlow Elementary School principal Kim Kizarr said on Tuesday that the school is conducting a technology drive so that all students have a device on which they can access virtual learning.
“We are in need of any laptops, tablets, or phones that you may no longer use that are in good condition with a charger,” Kizarr said. “They need to be able to connect to wifi.
“This will be a tremendous aid to those students who do not have access to such technology or may have to share devices with several siblings.”
Kizarr said that donated devices may be sent to school with students. Those who do not have a child at Marlow Elementary may contact the school at 580-658-3216 to make arrangements for pickup.
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