SCOTTSDALE, AZ — It has been an unusual start to the school year across the country. Many districts opted to start the year with online classes only, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This has proven to be a challenge for teachers, students, and their families. As with anything online, technical problems are usually a part of the package.
So, what happens if a child’s computer freezes or they are kicked out of their Google classroom during class?
It kept happening to a 13-year-old student from Scottsdale’s Mohave Middle School.
The child’s mother reached out to ABC15 extremely upset after receiving an email from the school, notifying her that her daughter was no longer a student there.
The letter from an administrative assistant at the school read: “This is to inform you that <student> has been withdrawn from Mohave Middle School due to her excessive unexcused absences pursuant to A.R.S. 15-901(a).