September 2013 Newsletter - Liberty University Online Academy
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In addition to the academy, Tricia has taught in traditional classroom settings. She spent several years as a fifth grade substitute teacher and held full-time positions teaching both kindergarten and second grade. Tricia now teaches a variety of classes in third through seventh grades for Liberty Online Academy, and Ian teaches courses in Bible.
Tricia enjoys running (and finished one race just two weeks before giving birth), and Ian plays sports of all kinds from softball to golf. They both enjoy sports and spending time with their families.
Q. Where can I go to access Liberty University Online Academy’s academic policies?
A: Go to www.LibertyOnlineAcademy.com and click on "Current Students" at the top of the page. Then, click on "Student Handbook" on the left side of the page. The student handbook contains academic policies as well as a complete list of academy courses available.
Dwight Luke Poggemiller is a rising fifth grader at Liberty University Online Academy. His family has close ties to the academy, as his parents, Dwight and Melissa, are graduates of Liberty University. Dwight Luke and his family serve as missionaries in Timisoara, Romania. He also has a younger brother named David who is eight years old, and two sisters, three-year-old Lydia Joy and seven-month-old Annalis. The Poggemillers attend Bethel Baptist Church in Romania and go to AWANA Bible club on Saturdays. Overall, Dwight Luke thinks it is fun serving Jesus with his family in Romania.
In his free time, Dwight Luke enjoys drawing and coloring pictures along with spending time with his brother, David. The two boys like to build with Legos and play sports such as soccer and baseball. They also like to visit with their cousins. He also likes to play soccer with his grandpa and help his grandma make cookies at Christmas.
As Dwight Luke works through his courses at the academy, he enjoys taking tests and quizzes. He appreciates that he can do his work anytime and anywhere his family is traveling. In the future he would like to be a soccer or baseball player, or he might become an artist. Dwight Luke was introduced to the idea of taking courses at Liberty Online Academy through his parents who spoke with former superintendent, Dr. Harvey Klamm. We are glad to have Dwight Luke as part of our academy family.
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