(Please note that as current information becomes available this page will be updated – 08.11.2020.)
While we realize that in-person instruction has greater impact at the elementary level, the need for virtual learning has become a reality in a variety of circumstances including the pandemic-related quarantines. Physical presence in the classroom allows time for students to develop spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically, and academically. When this is not possible, it is important to provide a means for student learning without interruption.
This guidance is for situations in which a child cannot attend class. This may be because a parent is not comfortable sending their child to school or because the child must do a limited time of quarantine.
The term “virtual learning” refers to instructional practices being utilized so a child can access what is taking place with his /her class by means of connecting virtually to the classroom in real-time.