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Forsyth County parents find success in virtual academy despite continued scheduling issues
Amanda Guay
Amanda Guay helps out her sixth-grader, Ellis, while her third-grader, Leila, finishes up a lesson on her laptop. Their newly-dubbed school mascot and family dog, Bacon, peeks out from underneath the table.
Parents from around the county said that the Forsyth County Schools system virtual learning programs are mostly working well for them and their kids despite some issues with schedules and online assignments during the first week of the new school year.