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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Launch’s newest program expansion provides additional support for Missouri students in grades 1-12. We have some exciting news to share! Today we’re introducing Launch Next, a collection of new services designed to expand student...0
When he isn’t working on his online classes, Jackson Baskins enjoys trekking dozens of miles on multi-day backpacking trips. Glendale High School (Springfield) junior Jackson Baskins is a fan of consistency. That’s why he decided to...0
Recent Parkview High School graduate Alissa Schilling balanced a schedule of volunteering, working and learning with Launch—and she won local, state and regional Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year awards along the way. You...0
Janna Elfrink, Launch’s Coordinator of Digital Learning, Announces Retirement; Launch Begins Accepting Applications to Fill Top-Tier PositionFebruary 2, 2021Breaking News, General, Careers, Coordinator, Janna Elfrink, Job Posting, Retire
After devoting 27 years to a career in Missouri public education, Ms. Janna Elfrink will retire from Launch Virtual Learning effective June 30, 2021. In May 2019, Elfrink began her role as the Digital Learning Coordinator for Launch,...0
What’s it like to work for Launch? We spent a day following Dr. Brady Quirk, Launch’s Principal of Virtual Learning, to learn a bit about his role. 7:24 a.m.: As many Launch team members are still arriving at the office, ......1
Meet Launch student Ezrah Noelle, a 17-year-old senior who spent many of her school-age years performing in Branson. Access Launch: When did you discover your love of performing? Ezrah Noelle: I started singing, performing and...0