Triggers to Switch to Remote Learning
Our Remote Learning program started in March and continue to offer it on an ongoing basis for interested or concerned families. We are not offering a hybrid education.
We began work on our remote program as we observed the cases rising and heard that Shelter-in-Place was a possibility. This is one of the most robust remote learning programs involving all areas of development and academia, incorporating 1:1 lessons, several short group lessons, a work plan with video explanations for parents to home teach and follow up on emotional wellbeing of families.
A switch to required remote learning for the school would be triggered by one of two factors:
A Shelter-in-Place order given by Governor and/or health officials that included the closure of child care facilities or a closure for school aged children.
An outbreak of Covid-19 requiring quarantine of specific classroom(s) or the entire school as determined by the local health department.
A switch to remote learning for the full school would be triggered by a Shelter-in-Place order given by Governor and/or health officials that included the closure of child care facilities or a closure for school aged children.
Outbreak: Additionally, if we have a Covid-19 outbreak in a classroom, we are be prepared, on the guidance of the health department, to begin remote learning in any designated classroom/s. We would have no lag time, as we have been prepared to switch, and all teachers have had experience in remote teaching.