Distance Learning


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Continuity of education is the continuation of teaching and learning in the event of a prolonged school closure. Our District remains committed to helping each student realize success. Our Continuity of Education plan is in place for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.

We miss our students. Distance Learning is not the same as being in school with peers and the support of teachers. We know that this is challenging for students, parents, teachers and administrators. We are here to support your child. Principals, teachers, social workers and counselors are available for you by phone or email. Please don't hesitate to call with questions or to ask for support.

In addition to directions and resources on the Elementary, Middle and High School pages, we have included resources from WHYY Public Television and the Franklin Institute. WHYY offers programming suited for student K-12. This is a great resource for little ones if their older siblings are engaged in online learning. The Franklin Institute offers at home science activities and virtual field trips. 

The most important thing you can do with your child is to engage in important conversations about what is happening and how to process it.  Please click here for resources for social emotional development and things you can do to make this time at home productive and comfortable for everyone. 


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