Seeley Swan Pathfinder -


By Andi Bourne

Transitioning to remote learning


April 23, 2020

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SLE teacher Chantel Thornsberry has seen many successes with her fourth grade students. Students made a marble run or roller coaster and they shared the videos of them during their morning meeting. She was very impressed with Bekah Kelley's marble run (pictured).

SEELEY LAKE - "Health should come before homework, family should become before frustration and learning should come before letter grades," said Missoula County Public Schools Superintendent Rob Watson said in the Missoula County COVID-19 update April 15. "It's not about your letter grade at this point it is really about learning. If we can keep students engaged in learning activities through the closure, it will help when we get finished."

Seeley Lake Elementary and Seeley-Swan High School teachers, student and parents have been practicing remote learning since March 23 following the school...

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