Families of PA Distance Charter School students in Luzerne County understand the importance of being involved in their children’s education. They attend in-person events, take part in information sessions, and advocate for School Choice.
What is Juneteenth and why is it important to recognize it within our education systems? Learn more about the holiday with your student by utilizing the resources below.
PA Distance Learning Charter School graduates from the Class of 2023 will proudly receive their diplomas in Harrisburg on June 10. The ceremony invites friends, family, peers, and staff to celebrate the achievements of each individual student.
Similar to families in Tioga and Potter County, families of PA Distance Charter School students in Philadelphia come together in order to engage with their children’s learning.
There is a new face at PA Distance Learning Charter School! Last fall, Ms. Amy Watenpool joined the team as part of the Special Education Department. She teaches grades 9-12.
Seventh-grader Chasity D. has been enrolled at PA Distance Learning Charter School since the beginning of this year. She follows in the footsteps of her stepmom, Mrs. Danielle Herr, a PA Distance graduate from the class of 2008.