"We are very excited. We're creating the Washington County Virtual Works combining gaming technology with common core curriculum and creating new courses," said Dr. Clayton Wilcox, of Washington County Public Schools.
"We're building course ware with a virtual concept. Kids can take it from anywhere when we are done with it. They could be at home and taka it in their pajamas if they wanted to," said Cox.
Students are excited about what this virtual program will bring to their future as well as what it will bring to other students' futures.
"I think it's cool because I'm very interested in technology," said Marcel Campbell II, a student at
AT&T contributed $25,000 to the new virtual school.
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