Online Fresno students meet up for community effort

The Fresno BeeDecember 20, 2013 

Students in Fresno who attend California Virtual Academies came together in person on Dec. 17 to collect food for the Community Food Bank.

NICOLE WILKINSON/ CALIFORNIA VIRTUAL ACADEMIES — Special To The Bee

Online Fresno students meet up for community effort

Fresno students who receive online schooling through a program called California Virtual Academies (CAVA) came together on Dec. 17 to collect 431 pounds of nonperishable food for the Community Food Bank. They also played games and ate holiday cookies.

The students' group is part of the Fresno CAVA Community Day, a weekly program where students meet for face-to-face instruction in a variety of subjects. California Virtual Academies are fully accredited online public charter schools that serve students in grades K-12 across California.

For more information visit www.k12.com/CAVA

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