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Prairie Ridge Autos Teacher Uses GoPro in Class During Remote Learning

Stiljan Agolli, an autos teacher at Prairie Ridge High School, is using a GoPro to film his lessons for students during remote learning. Agolli records lessons and live demonstrations for his students in Autos I, Advanced Autos, and Autos Seminar. In addition to having class over Zoom every day, Agolli uses his videos to supplement his students' learning and simulate hands-on experiences.

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Prairie Ridge Student Develops Alumni Website to Stay Connected During Remote Learning

Ryan Huellen, a junior at Prairie Ridge High School, has created a website for Prairie Ridge alumni to connect with current students online during remote learning. Currently, over 55 graduates have added their information to the site’s network, including their field of work, educational experiences, employment, memorable high school experiences, and a way for high school students to contact them. 

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