A Lindbergh family in virtual learning writes of ‘hardworking’ teachers

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To the editor:

After reading Mr. Rich Franz’s April 29 letter to the editor, we are wondering if you have ever visited a virtual classroom.

This year we were in the virtual learning program in the Lindbergh School District, Lindbergh ARC (Accelerated Remote Courses), and our teachers were online with us for the entire school day from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

Our teachers are just as busy and hardworking as teachers that are teaching in person, and they should not be paid any less. Our teachers even have to learn more about online teaching strategies and apps that help us learn.

Don’t worry, your tax dollars are not a waste because the teachers are still working very hard to make sure that we have the best education possible.

If you still aren’t convinced, try asking a student in the virtual learning program and we think that they will be happy to tell you about their hardworking teacher.

Ella Storm (fifth grade), Jake Storm (fourth grade), Luke Storm (second grade) and Anna Storm (Pre-K)
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