Bridges students at Magnolia School to do entirely virtual learning for 2 weeks, release says

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Bridges students at Magnolia School will transition to LaunchEd@Home learning for two weeks, according to a release on Sunday.

The decision was made on Friday out “an abundance of caution” according to the release.

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Students will learn and work from home until Sept. 25. Bridges students may return to campus on Sept. 28.

Bridges focuses on Community Based Vocational Education (CBVE) at Magnolia. CBVE is a vocational training program providing students an opportunity to work in the community for the purposes of non-paid vocational exploration, assessment, and training experiences.

“The Bridges program serves students with disabilities who are 18 through 22 years old and have graduated with either a Special Diploma or Standard Diploma on Access Points. Magnolia School’s teachers and job coaches provide post-high school instruction to promote readiness for employment and independence through unpaid work experience,” Orange County Public Schools said.