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Students who attend alternative schools in Santa Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties will also be learning from home, using either a computer-based curriculum or a paper-based packet mailed to their homes.


In the Department of Juvenile Justice facilities, students will be following a similar process while incarcerated.


Ray Sansom, the executive director of the charter and DJJ schools, said teachers would talk to students each day and that support staff, including bus drivers and janitors, would be paired with teachers to do administrative tasks.


Education will resume March 30, he said.


The Rader Group is responsible for educating students at the Learning Academy of Santa Rosa, Okaloosa Academy and Walton Academy, as well as four DJJ facilities.