What is CEW and how do we bring it to life in a cyber school setting?
Today, PA Distance students had the opportunity to hear from a Magda Brown, a Holocaust Survivor.
Education is about bettering the future: from a 6th-grader whose learning transforms how she sees herself to a graduate who starts as a first-generation college student. Improving individual futures, however, is only one part of education’s power.
We cannot forget another part of education’s power, especially as we are faced with the mass shooting at one of Pittsburgh’s synagogues this weekend.
All week students across the nation and at PA Distance are celebrating Red Ribbon Week to increase drug prevention and awareness.
At PA Distance, we use Red Ribbon Week as an opportunity to collaborate as a school-wide team and unify as a drug-free community. Our entire staff spends the week teaching our students about the negative effects of drug and alcohol use, making better choices, and how to plan for a drug-free future.
PA Distance Learning teachers will present at the Drexel University School of Education Virtual Conference for K-12 Online Learning on October 5, 2018.
Jamie Desrochers, Director of Special Education at PA Distance Learning, and Kelly Crooks, 7-12 Principal at PA Distance Learning, are presenting at the 2018 PA Community on Transition Conference.
Each year, Central Penn Parent Magazine shares reader votes for favorite places in almost 100 categories. These include shops and restaurants, doctors and dentists, and more, making up the Family Favorite Awards.
Brittany Sturm is a cyber school chemistry teacher with PA Distance Learning who brings hands-on learning and real-life skills to her classroom day after day.
It's no surprise then that she was one of the teachers chosen to receive the High School Equipment Grant by the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh this year.
Wexford, Pennsylvania (June 12, 2017) – PA Distance Learning Charter School Game Design Club wins two national first place titles
PA Distance Learning is proud to announce that two of the groups from its Game Design Club have been chosen as finalists in the Pittsburgh Area in the Games for Change Student Challenge.
PA Distance Learning social studies teacher Katie Devlin piloted the club to allow students to learn game design and coding, which has ended in 7 of the students participating in a national competition!