Two Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) elementary schools, Roscoe Nix and Arcola, that operate on an innovative calendar have already welcomed students back for five days a week of in-person instruction
“Face-to-face learning gives students an opportunity to engage in academics hands-on,” said Arcola Elementary School Principal Emmanuel Jean-Philippe. “The virtual aspect for some students is a little tougher. Now they’re able to get what they need with their teachers,”
MyMCM got a glimpse on Tuesday of students and staff in full swing at Arcola Elementary School which MCPS says is a preview of what in-person learning will be like come fall.
Two MCPS schools that operate on an innovative calendar, Roscoe Nix and Arcola elementary, have already welcomed students back for five days a week of in-person instruction. It's a preview of what all students can expect come fall. I visited Arcola today for a glimpse. @mymcmedia pic.twitter.com/oJzk0XYhH0
— Jordan Lindsay (@TVJordanLindsay) July 20, 2021
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