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Disney World resort offers students 'ultimate after school recess'
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With school schedules changed due to coronavirus-related restrictions, Four Seasons Resort Orlando at the Walt Disney World Resort started offering supervised school sessions Monday with the "ultimate after school recess."
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Guests of the luxury resort can now enroll their children in the virtual learning sessions which will be held in supervised small-group classroom settings, Four Seasons said.
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Four Seasons event rooms will be utilized for the classrooms where each student will have a "dedicated desk area, physically distanced from the other students" as well as access to high-speed Wi-Fi, Four Seasons announced.
Students can either enroll in a half-day program from 9 a.m. to noon or a full day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, with lunch included from Monday through Friday. The sessions cost $50 for a half-day session and $100 for a full session per child, according to the resort.