Distance Learning Program
Students began participating in the School's distance learning program in March, the details of which can be found by division below. Please be sure to also check out some examples of virtual teaching and learning below. To learn more about other measures the School is taking for the safety and wellness of our community, please visit the Coronavirus Updates page.
As we transition to this new format of learning, we remain committed to inspiring and preparing the next generation of exemplary citizens and visionary leaders. The goal of our distance learning program is to continue the learning and relationship building that takes place in our physical classrooms.
Thank you for your support during this time and always.
In line with our commitment to social distancing, our community remains connected via online channels. Virtual faculty lounges and after-school social hangouts have been created by teachers for teachers, and those who have or have always wanted to participate in the Renaissance Reader program also have an online home thanks to Mr. Taylor. Learning Village Librarian Sarah FitzHenry has created the #STABReadsAtHome campaign for those who would like to share what they are reading. Students have also taken the lead in creating multimedia reflections, Open Mic nights, and more.
Together, we are St. Anne's-Belfield School.