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Student in the Bended Learning Program

Blended Learning Program Description

The Blended Learning Program is a voluntary program that allows students to access their courses from anywhere there is internet access. Students may enroll by speaking to the counselor at their home-base school. The student will be contacted by A.P.P.L.e. for orientation, which is virtual via Google Meet. Once orientation is complete, the student is officially enrolled in the BLP program. However, the student is still considered a student of the home-base school and will still participate in SPED services and extracurricular activities at the home-base school. The student will retain the laptop received from the home-base school, which is to be used for virtual instruction. All other services and educational needs are to be handled by the home-base school.