Online Learning

Who Is Online Learning For?

While our main goal is for students to attend class in person, we are fortunate to be able to offer our online learning program to those with extenuating needs: to protect themselves or loved ones due to medical needs, or out of an abundance of caution when COVID-related symptoms or quarantine needs arise.

This cold and flu season, we want to make sure you are equipped to access online learning should your family have a need to be home. We welcome open communication around your family’s needs and unique considerations. 

Stay safe,

Lisa Keeler, Marie Reed, Beth Miller

Who To Contact First

When your child needs to move online for the health and well-being of our community, first contact your division's academic secretary:

Accessing Online Learning

Students have been using Canvas, our learning management system, in classes on campus since the start of this year. This enables them to quickly pivot to online learning if necessary. To move online, students should log on to Canvas at the start of the day to find schedules, Zoom links, and directions.

Your Responsibility As A Parent

When students shift to online learning, families must be prepared to support the learning. To that end please find the divisional online learning norms and expectations below.