TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Over 600 Chromebooks were distributed to students of the Florida State University Schools to ensure students can still access the school's resources and academic material.
On Tuesday, starting at 9 a.m., parents and students picked up laptops to continue learning outside the campus.
"We do not expect parents or family members at home to have a whole school day at home," said Stacey Chambers, Florida State University Schools superintendent. "The idea is to make sure we focus on what are the standards that students need to master in a given year."
Teachers will begin pushing out assignments as early as the end of this week for all K-12 students.