Access LaunchThe Voice of Virtual Learning In Missouri
Access Launch magazine tells the stories of Launch students, Launch teachers and Launch partner districts. Each issue contains in-depth student Q&As, teacher and partner district profiles and success stories, all from Missouri students and teachers working with Launch. The magazine is published three times per year and shared with Launch liaisons and administrators statewide.
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As a benefit to our 283 (and growing) Missouri school district partners, Launch is offering a 25% tuition discount starting with the fall 2020 semester. Launch began offering high-quality virtual courses to students across Missouri in fa...0
Jeremy Faust, a Launch music instructor and Band Director in North Kansas City Schools, discusses his passion for teaching online. When I was in 7th grade, our school counselors had everyone take a future career survey. Mine came back wi...0
Launch’s middle school remediation courses help students recover key skills and prepare for the upcoming school year. In high school, students who fail courses can often makeup credits and recover key skills by taking a credit recovery...0
The Launch Team Dr. Ben Hackenwerth Executive Director I’ve built a number of things for various home improvement projects, minus those involving electricity and plumbing. Dr. Nichole Lemmon Director, Digital Learning Thanks to the hel...0
Students in this course study American history as it unfolded alongside the development of America’s favorite pastime. Launch’s American Baseball History course features engaging assignments that are sure to entertain baseball lovers...0
A full-time Launch schedule allows Raymore-Peculiar middle school student Alaina Gatz time to train and participate in rodeos nationwide. Alaina Gatz has a different morning routine than most eighth graders. “After I wake up, I go out ...0