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Submitted by Rebecca A. Stone-Danahy, Forsyth Country Day School, Fine Arts Director and Visual Arts Educator Greetings! I have been an adjunct online instructor with the North Carolina Virtual Public Schools since 2008 and have developed and taught an online … Continue reading