From the end of March until the end of May, our classes were all virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students in our cluster transitioned to remote learning with an ease that was unexpected but welcomed. Parents worked to help students organize their time at home for learning and play.
For instruction, our cluster mastered the use of platforms like Zoom and Flipgrid! We also began working with Google Classroom and its many tools. Experts in the community provided outstanding supplemental virtual programs for history and science, and our own expert teachers provided families with practice materials and ideas for creative work in music, PE, art, German and Spanish!
Thanks to everyone who worked together to make the spring as successful as possible under such strange circumstances.