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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Kim Spence’s passion for kids and connecting with teachers statewide makes her the perfect fit for the role of Launch’s new Assistant Principal. Meet her here. Tell us about your background in education. I spent the first year of my ...0
While the Gainesville School District has less than 1,000 students K-12, it works with Launch to provide its high school students an expanded selection of course offerings. When Gainesville High students returned to school in August 2019...0
Meet our newest team member, Principal of Virtual Learning Brady Quirk, who brings experience, adventure and an out-of-the-box approach to education and learning. Tell us about your background in education. I have been incredibly fortuna...0
Launch’s new summer content provides students in grades 1-8 access to quality virtual courses designed, developed and delivered by Missouri educators. For the first time this summer, Launch is offering full-time programming for element...0
Learn how the Fort Zumwalt School District utilizes Launch to serve all types of learners, all year long. Vanessa Onuoha balances quite a busy schedule. In addition to taking a full course load at Fort Zumwalt West High School, she’s ....0
Develop a Communication Plan You may know that you want your district to offer summer programming, but how do you make it happen? “The first step is to come up with a plan of your offerings at the district level,” ... Read More0