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Online school offered to Oklahoma students

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LAWTON, OK (KSWO) - If you've ever thought of taking your child out of the traditional brick and mortar school but didn't want to homeschool your children, there's a free, state-funded online schooling program offered.

Students attending the Oklahoma Connections Academy take four core classes like Math, Science, English, and Social Studies and two other electives.

The program, which is open to students in grades K-12, requires them to spend an hour a day in each subject.

Connections teacher Melissa Patrick said the students begin their day by logging in and checking their planning calendar.

"They'll just go through their daily lessons,” Patrick said. “If they need to contact a teacher, we're available via webmail or via phone or we also record live lessons where they can actually interact with us online."

The teachers also call the students sporadically to make sure they're understanding what they're learning.

The students have a learning coach which is usually a parent or a guardian who makes sure they're doing their work every day.

If you'd like more information about Oklahoma Connections Academy, visit their website by clicking here.

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