Trask utlizes technology, experience and a focus on student success in distance learning model

Vale High School teacher Sarah Trask participates in a Zoom meeting in May in her classroom. Trask said the distancing learning model adopted by the school district in response to the Covid pandemic was challenging for students and instructors. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell).

VALE – Vale High School teacher Sarah Trask doesn’t hesitate when asked what the most important lesson she learned was when the district switched to a distance learning model in March.

“Be flexible. Because you can have the best plans and three minutes in, you must make a change because someone’s internet – or my internet – goes down,” said Trask.

Trask has taught across a wide spectrum in her 22-year teaching career. She worked as an instructor for history, math, business and was an assistant principal in the Vale School District for a . . .