Algoma students went to Puerto Rico

Six Algoma students went to Puerto Rico two weeks ago as part of the Live Algoma program. These students are a part of a transformational school network that talks with other students from all over the world on how to improve and make changes in their community. Teal VanLanen is the Improvement Coordinator and Community Activator for the Algoma School District and she talks about what the students did in Puerto Rico.



VanLanen added that Algoma tries to have these types of experiences for students and would like to do similar trips like this in the future.

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