Although we are grateful for technology that allows children to continue learning remotely in emergency situations, the ideal mode for teaching and learning is in-person instruction. The give and take interactions and connections in dynamic classrooms, obviously, make learning more enjoyable, engaging, and productive for most students. Faculty are continually teaching students new skills and imparting knowledge and facts – but just as importantly, faculty are paying close attention to their students’ emotional health and welfare. All are done more effectively when students are in class with the faculty.
The attached guide outlines safety protocols that have been put in place this year to create best learning environment possible.
We have openings in select grades for this current school year. Contact our Admissions Director, Kristen Emory, at email@example.com for more information.