During these extraordinary times, it is important that all students feel connected to school.

As of the fall, most students have been able to engage in our program on campus full-time, five days a week on campus. We also have a distance learning option for families who choose to have their children learning remotely. We understand that flexibility is key for our families and we have made it easy for students to transition from campus to home and back again.

Students who are learning from home continue to be valued members of their classroom communities. They connect with their teachers and classmates through a combination of Zoom whole and small group activities as well as through independent work and one-one-one check-ins with teachers and a distance learning coach.

Class assignments and announcements are available to both campus-based and distance learners through centralized course pages, making it easy for students to stay up-to-date on assignments and announcements.

In the event that the campus must close, many aspects of the daily schedule and routines will remain unchanged, easing the transition to full distance learning for teachers and students. The rules and responsibilities of the student are the same as if the student was participating in learning on campus, including those outlined in the school’s Distance Learning Expectations.