Remote Learning Program

Remote Learning Support

Over the past year, we have adapted our programs and services to include kindergarten and remote learning.  We will continue to monitor the needs of our community and offer these programs when they are needed.

As you no doubt know, the return to public school has been a complex challenge for many students and their families this year. In order to support families during this unique time, we are offering remote learning support for school-age children at many of our schools. The goal is to keep children connected and on track academically through these unprecedented times. There is more information below. The cost of this program is the same as our regular preschool rate and flexible schedules are available based on the public school calendar. If you are interested, please give us a call or click on “Contact Us” to let us know.

Parent Support
  • Schedules to be provided to teachers by parents
  • Any additional access or guidelines for online classes/sessions
  • Papers, worksheets, assignments
  • Consistent communication with families to update progression
  • Morning and afternoon snacks provided, and lunch for centers with a kitchen
Teacher Support
  • Responsive educators with relevant training
  • Understand relevant remote learning platforms
  • Support children in their remote learning sessions and assist them with time management
  • Recognize when children need to break and recharge
Classroom Support
  • Remote session support
  • Smaller group opportunities to facilitate support
  • Individual remote learning balanced while fostering leadership, independence, and collaboration
  • Additional daily activities embedded to foster social-emotional health, peer relationships, and physical literacy
Environment Support
  • Access to WIFI
  • Work spaces to help support multiple activities
  • Quiet areas separated to manage physical distancing
  • Areas sanitized between uses
Supporting Physical Distancing
  • Strict sanitation practices
  • Floor markings, visual cues, limitation cards, etc.
  • Strict health and hygiene practices
  • Clear interaction guidelines
  • Intentional instruction to empower children to pursue guidelines