FL Schools sees growth, progress in 2017


For the Sidney Daily News



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FORT LORAMIE — Fort Loramie Schools has experienced significant growth and progress during the 2017 school year.

“We have continued to expand our educational opportunities to our students,” said Superintendent Dan Holland. “The elementary school has expanded their Chromebook 1:1 initiative to include grades 4-6.”

His report continues:

We have also incorporated MAP assessments to support growth and development of every student. Co-teaching has also been implemented. We continue to develop and integrate our Workforce Partnership curriculum at the high school level.

College Credit Plus initiatives have also been expanded to continue to offer our students opportunities to access college level coursework prior to graduation. We have also updated our physical plant with the completion of an additional parking lot at the elementary school. This will increase parking at the school for special events and programs.

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