Its not easy to keep high school students motivated when it comes to online learning, Iola High School Principal Scott Crenshaw told USD 257 board members Monday night.
To provide a more conducive learning environment, the district plans to convert part of the high school library into an internet cafe. There, students can focus on their work in a comfortable, quiet spot but under supervision.
We need to morph into the mindset that attendance is mandatory, Crenshaw said.
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