K12 Field Trip Stops at the Virginia State Capitol

March 2, 2010

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Students enrolled in the Virginia Virtual Academy of Carroll County Public Schools last week visited Virginia’s capitol. They were recognized on the floor of the Virginia House of Delegates by Delegate Ken Plum of Reston and on the Senate floor by Senator Janet Howell of Reston. McGuireWoods Consulting client K12, Inc., coordinates the Virginia Virtual Academy of Carroll County Public Schools for the Carroll County School Board.
After the legislative sessions, the students and parents went to the Executive Mansion where Virginia’s First Lady participated with the children in a virtual classroom. Later, Governor Bob McDonnell visited with the students and took questions on a variety of topics.
Click here to view photos of the field trip.
Download video of House floor introduction below.