How has coronavirus changed the way your kids learn?
What is best for your children’s growth -- both academically and social-emotionally?
What will fall look like for your kids if their school doesn’t open and remote learning continues?
Like most of the world, we at Einstein Academy are grappling with coronavirus and what it means for students and families looking towards the starts of the 2020-2021 school year. While much is unknown about what the next few weeks and months hold, we are proud to be able to meet the unique needs of students during this time:
Our close-knit school community provides a nurturing, safe, and supportive environment.
Our focus on meeting all children where they are is a perfect way to get kids who have been out of school for months back on track.
Our small class sizes will make it easier for students to adjust back to being in a school setting in a supported way and will enable a high level of differentiation to best support students at various levels in the fall.
Our classroom set up and interest in getting students outside both allows the space for physical distancing while also containing the need for sterilization and thorough cleaning.
Our commitment to families means that we will truly support all parents and students over the coming months and years.
As a small, innovative school environment, we’ll be easily able to pivot in response to any needs that arise between now and the opening of the school.
As a forward-thinking start-up school, we are well-positioned to create a safe, healthy environment for kids to learn throughout the school year.
What if we need to shift to remote learning?
Our goal is to do everything we possible can to maintain a safe in-person learning environment through risk reduction measures. Unfortunately, not everything is within our control, but we are well-positioned to support our students and families no matter what. Whether it's for a day, two weeks, or several months, Einstein Academy is building an engaging remote learning program that ensures all students stay on track academically and are supported socially emotionally in a way that requires minimal parent support and still involves hands-on learning, minimizing time spent in front of a screen.
In order to adhere to the suggested numbers, spaces are incredibly limited.
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