Community survey will help schools determine student needs


August 5, 2021

Wrangell’s new schools superintendent wants to provide students as many choices as possible for learning, though he acknowledges it’s hard for the small district to provide in-person teaching for every subject students may want.

Over time, that may mean more online classes, led by instructors outside Wrangell, said Bill Burr, who took over as schools superintendent on July 1, moving to Wrangell from the Delta/Greely School District in the Interior.

Burr sees the potential for additional class subjects as a positive. “We want to give our students as many options as we can,” he said....

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