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Faith Family Academy teachers, at both the Dallas and Waxahachie campuses, will be seated at their desks Aug. 3 with their computers turned on to virtually greet this year’s students.

Online instruction will continue through Sept. 7, at which time, Faith Family Academy will determine its next steps. Faith Family Academy’s mission – to educate, empower and inspire every child for lifelong success – will be the foundation in which all teaching adheres whether it be in-person or virtual, according to a media release from the schools.

“We have a virtual instruction portal through our school’s website called Schoology that students will log onto,” said Aristo Torres, Faith Family Academy Dallas campus elementary principal. “We are working with all of our families to ensure they have access to the internet and are set-up to begin classes on Aug. 3. The Schoology platform is very user-friendly and will absolutely position our students for a successful simulated classroom experience.”

Faith Family Academy has two campuses, Dallas, 300 W. Kiest Blvd., and Waxahachie,701 Ovilla Road, and enrolls students from all public ISDs across North Texas.

Faith Family Academy has an “A” rating as measured by the Texas Education Agency and includes innovative, beyond the classroom programs such as EXPLORE360 Adventure Learning, championship-caliber athletics, two-way dual language/ESL program, Navy National Defense Cadet Corps and visual and performing arts.

For more information, call 214-375-7682 or visit faithfamilyacademy.org.

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