Overview of Model 3: Remote Teaching, Learning, & Community
While we are hoping for a return to full-time, in-person teaching, learning, and community, we are also aware of the possibility of state-mandated shifts to remote teaching and learning in the coming year. Thanks to the extensive feedback provided by our students, staffulty, and parents/guardians through multiple surveys in the spring of 2020 we have made significant updates to our remote teaching and learning plan, to ensure we are ready should we need to shift into remote teaching, learning, and community at any point this year.
Note: All details shared below are subject to change based on evolving public health data and state directives.
Within the Remote Teaching, Learning, & Community model, we will adhere to our four common goals in the following ways: