LOW MOOR, Virginia (WDBJ) – Alleghany Highlands Public Schools says it is discussing the possibility of creating a cell phone policy for students.
The school board has requested that a survey of parents and staff be conducted to see if cell phone use in schools is having a negative impact on the educational environment in classrooms.
The school board says it began considering creating a cell phone policy in December.
“As a board, we hear both the pros and cons associated with cell phone use. We are interested in hearing more about how our community feels about cell phone use in our schools and classrooms,” said School Board President Jacob Wright.
Parents and AHPS staff received links to the online survey via email from the central office. The parent survey link can be accessed by clicking on here.
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