Our campus was closed during the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020, but our learning and community continued to thrive. We are currently open and our students are on campus for in-person learning. If in the event our campus has to close, our distance learning plan is in place.
In the spring of 2020 due to the governor's orders, campus was closed and learning moved online. While this was sudden and unexpected, our community joined together to finish our spring semester creatively and with a passion for learning.
- Students heard stories from outdoor education teacher Elizabeth Coleman, and she taught them how to dye Easter eggs with all-natural materials.
- Performing arts teacher Monica Moehring kept students entertained with sing-alongs and dramatic readings, often including special guests.
- Eighth graders were delighted by a stealthy visit from Ms. Coleman and eighth-grade homeroom teacher Melissa Brook, who delivered special yard signs celebrating eighth-grade graduation.
If circumstances dictate distance learning in the future, staff members are well-equipped to continue teaching remotely and continually delivering course content.