By STEPHEN INGBER
Capital News Service
LANSING – Would you send your child to an online virtual school?
Many schools around the state are now offering supplemental courses online.
“Having these classes has only enriched the curriculum,” said Scott Moellenberndt, superintendent of Blissfield Community Schools.
The district has added foreign language options that it could not afford before.
“We are not losing any money at all,” said Moellenberndt of the extra classes.
In June, Gov. Rick Snyder signed a law that allows students in grades 5-12 with parent or guardian consent to sign up for two online classes. Starting in November, an online catalogue will be available to students and schools, along with syllabi.