Wed. Apr 8th, 2020

New rules and regulations to help stop the spread of the coronavirus have schools going virtual.Officials with the Osceola County School District say transitioning to online learning isn’t going to be easy, but it is the safest option. Digital learning begins March 30. Students will be able to view and complete their assignments on the ClassLink portal on the district’s website. Students who need a laptop or Wi-Fi hotspot can request one by calling their school. When it comes to laptop distribution, high schoolers take priority. Paper packets will be available for pick up starting Monday afternoon at the elementary and middle school offices.District officials say students will continue to earn grades, and seniors must still meet the requirements for graduation. Graduations have not been canceled in Osceola County at this time.District officials also say they’ll continue to provide free breakfast and lunch to students from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at 12 locations across the county, including:Michigan Avenue Elementary SchoolLakeview Elementary SchoolVentura Elementary School Denn John Middle SchoolCentral Avenue Elementary SchoolOsceola High SchoolKissimmee Middle SchoolSunrise Elementary SchoolKoa Elementary SchoolDeerwood Elementary SchoolWestside K-8 SchoolCameron PreserveStarting March 30, meal distribution times will extend from 9:30 a.m. to noon and three locations will be added:Narcoossee Middle SchoolLiberty High SchoolHolopaw ChurchStudents must accompany parents when picking up meals. They do not have to pick up from the school they attend.

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. —

New rules and regulations to help stop the spread of the coronavirus have schools going virtual.

Officials with the Osceola County School District say transitioning to online learning isn’t going to be easy, but it is the safest option.

Digital learning begins March 30. Students will be able to view and complete their assignments on the ClassLink portal on the district’s website. Students who need a laptop or Wi-Fi hotspot can request one by calling their school. When it comes to laptop distribution, high schoolers take priority. Paper packets will be available for pick up starting Monday afternoon at the elementary and middle school offices.

District officials say students will continue to earn grades, and seniors must still meet the requirements for graduation. Graduations have not been canceled in Osceola County at this time.

District officials also say they’ll continue to provide free breakfast and lunch to students from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at 12 locations across the county, including:

Michigan Avenue Elementary School

Lakeview Elementary School

Ventura Elementary School

Denn John Middle School

Central Avenue Elementary School

Osceola High School

Kissimmee Middle School

Sunrise Elementary School

Koa Elementary School

Deerwood Elementary School

Westside K-8 School

Cameron Preserve

Starting March 30, meal distribution times will extend from 9:30 a.m. to noon and three locations will be added:

Narcoossee Middle School

Liberty High School

Holopaw Church

Students must accompany

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