We are dedicated in our commitment to the global effort of social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New COVID-19 Procedures include
During the last quarter of t 2019-2020, we continued our curriculum through dynamic distance learning. Should Virginia return to phase one we would revert to providing virtual learning for all students and for all classes, but this would look more like an in-person school schedule. See below for our Spring 2020 program.
Language immersion learning, including math in Spanish, French, and German were offered through distance learning. Afternoon English and Humanities continued through synchronous, real-time classes. We added private lessons and evening story time to our offerings.
We were flexible with families, allowing them to choose how many distance learning classes were best for their children on a day to day basis. We were happy to meet with students, individually, when possible, and to arrange either to make up classes, or excuse them.
We feel it was most important for families to take care of themselves, including keeping a check on their mental well-being.
We encouraged our students, parents, and community members to help mitigate the spread through safe social distancing.