PACE holds meet and greet in Wrangell last week

 

October 3, 2019

Logo taken from the PACE Facebook page

The logo for PACE Statewide Homeschool.

PACE, the statewide homeschool program, held a meet and greet at the Stikine

Inn last Wednesday, Sept. 25. Jen Whicker, a contact teacher for PACE, said that the program has been around since 2001 and is one of 15 homeschool providers in the state.

Currently, she said they serve about 310

students across Alaska. About 22 of those kids live in Wrangell. There are several reasons a family might consider homeschooling,

she said.

"Sometimes the schools have overcrowding, or kids feel bullied, or their kids aren't learning like they think they should for various reasons, so they can target t...



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