For the purposes of the guidance and resources on this page, “distance learning” means instruction in which the student and instructor are in different locations. This may include interacting through the use of a computer and communications technology, as well as delivering instruction and check-in time with the teacher. Distance learning may include video or audio instruction in which the primary mode of communication between the student and instructor is online interaction, instructional television, video, telecourses, or other instruction that relies on computer or communications technology. It may also include the use of print materials incorporating assignments that are the subject of written or oral feedback. This page provides guidance and information for teachers, students, and parents who are transitioning, or have transitioned, to a distance learning model.
I understand that life has changed as we know it, temporarily for the moment. Even in the midst of changes I am here to try and relieve some of the unexpected stress. I am putting a trial program together to help assist you a few hours a day with tutoring for students while distant learning. Now more than ever my African proverb rings true it is literally going to take a village to raise our little ones. Gratitude to 2020 for showing the world how to adjust to an uncomfortable way of living and to thrive in the midst of uncertainty! More detail information to come :) -Anterica