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Fallbrook students transition to learning at home

 

Last updated 4/24/2020 at 4:55pm

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A high school freshman works from home on her Spanish class assignments.

Kate Calhoun

Intern

Fallbrook High School Students began official distance learning April 14; however, they were given "optional" work to complete during the month break they were given to allow for continuous review of subject matter.

Throughout this period, many students have experienced mixed feelings regarding the new distance learning and are finding ways to adjust to the transition.

"The worst part of staying home is just the fact that it gets boring super quickly," junior Faye Cabales said. "Other than that, it's pretty manageable. As for the online schooling, it's hard to transit...



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