Pratt: COVID-19 Has Been Learning Experience for Schools AMI Programs

by: Scott McCaulley

With the announcement Monday from Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson that K-12 Schools in Arkansas would not meet on site for learning the rest of the year, School Districts have been preparing to finish the year using the AMI Programs for off-site learning.

Harrison School Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt joined Coleman Taylor and Lisa Johnson on 1029 the Z and BOOTZ Country Tuesday and said this situation has been good to see the potential and things that need to change going forward with AMI.

Pratt said for Harrison, the last day of school is still scheduled for May 22 and that officials are looking at options and are hopeful that both Prom and Graduation Ceremonies will be able to take place at some point in the future.

The complete interview can be found on the COVID-19 Podcast Page on Hometown Daily News Dot Com.

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