An Education Not Limited by Location Brings Family Together   

It’s easy to ignore a slow drip. As humans, we often do. But a slow drip can turn into a trickle, and a trickle, when left untended, can turn into a flood.  The flood for the Landreth family came when its patriarch, a silver star recipient in the military, was about to be deployed, resulting in the fifth move for the family.

But when he was only in sixth grade, FLVS Class of 2021 graduate Logan Landreth, was committed to building a dam to keep his family together using online learning and resiliency to build the foundation.  

By the time Logan was in fifth grade, he had already moved seven times and been to five different schools, forcing him to grow up quickly and make new friends often. After so many moves, Logan’s mom, Cheryl, decided she didn’t want to uproot her kids’ lives anymore, which could have meant separating their family.

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