KSTP — Minnesota educators are back together for the first time as they meet to discuss safety measures before heading back to school.
Trio Wolf Creek is an online high school that incorporates in-person learning and a hybrid model. It’s something they’ve been doing for years and will continue this fall.
“This school has existed for a long time, so they know what they are doing when it comes to hybrid learning, whereas, some other schools might not be quite as prepared,” said Renee Anick, a first-year teacher.
Renee Anick is a 2020 graduate of St. Cloud State with a degree in Social Studies Education. She will teach government, human geography, and world history at Trio Wolf Creek Charter School.
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