On March 16, teachers and staff met in small groups in each of their respective schools to participate in a district-wide video conference to launch remote instruction in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
Superintendent Dr. Kimberly Rizzo Saunders laid out the agenda for Monday and Tuesday which were devoted to working out issues with the switch to remote instruction. Saunders took questions from each of the participating locations which, in some cases, were split into two or more groups in observance of CDC guidelines.
On Wednesday, remote instruction will begin in earnest and will last through April 3. At that time, the situation will be reassessed before next steps are taken.