In this unprecedented time, our vision for remote learning is to support our scholars and community in having the resources, individualized support and love needed to continue to reach for their full potential. When thinking about how we want to support families with remote learning, we have kept in mind three important principles based on national best practices:
We will use these principles to clarify what’s most important for your student and you to work on in the coming weeks, provide balance as you keep your students on track alongside your other work, and help us support our students at completing quality work and get feedback to grow.
Our families are our most important partners in scholar learning at home. Creating clear expectations that honor different structures and circumstances is incredibly important to us. When your teacher calls to support your scholar, please ask any questions to support in setting this up!
As we continue our remote learning this April, we have the following expectations for members of our RMP community.