DURHAM, N.C. — The Dursley School District in southern North Carolina is offering online classes starting in 2018, the school district announced Tuesday.
The district announced the new online offerings during its fourth annual Technology Summit on Tuesday.
The district has already offered online classes through its Mobile Application Developer Conference program.
The new online classes include two-day courses for elementary school students, and a full-day course that focuses on digital literacy and mobile development.
The program is designed to provide additional opportunities for students to explore digital literacy while building lifelong digital skills.
The Dursleys have more than 500,000 students in grades K-8.
The school district has also offered online courses through its online application development conference program since 2015.