NPGCs Distance Learning Program is a place where your K –8 students can go to participate in their online school or Virtual Academy classes.
Devices Mandatory to participate in this program.
The program is offered Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
We will start with two pods. That is 18 students total.
Days Available: December 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 17, 21, 22
*A minimum of 3 students is needed to run a day of Distance Learning. Days will be closed the Saturday Night/Sunday morning preceding the week.
NPGCs Distance Learning Program is staffed by our clubs Directors and tutors that will help assist your child in their remote learning and school work. Our spaces are designed to comply with state and local guidelines for safety and social distancing.
Small classes of students will be grouped in quiet rooms for study and remote learning time. Each group will contain up to 9 students with one staff member.
These staff members ensure students stay on task, login at the correct times for live instruction/ video conferencing and help with any technical difficulties. Staff are also available to help with questions students have throughout the day. Parents should also check behind their child to ensure all assignments and responsibilities have been met.
When online school/ remote learning is completed, students will have time for homework or structured, age-appropriate academic enrichment activities.
Wi-Fi is provided at every location to support video chats, streaming media and other online school demands.
Each student should bring a mask, device, headphones with a microphone and appropriate school supplies. Please make sure your student knows how to log in to their school’s website and learning platforms and how to operate their devices and software.
Students should pack two snacks, a water bottle and lunch. Please dress comfortably.
Refrigerator space available for pack lunches.
*Trying to create a school-like environment is not our responsibility. We don’t claim to be experts in any subject area or in any learning strategy. We should not be expected to become teachers, though we will continue to scaffold learning, particularly for younger students. Direct instruction is the responsibility of the child’s classroom teacher in the district in which they are enrolled. Direct instruction is planned for and implemented by a licensed teacher.
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