Original "Coronavirus" Art by Circle School Second Grader

Circle School Response to Campus Closure

In compliance with state guidelines, education will occur in a distance learning format through the end of the Spring semester.  

 

The Circle School was able to quickly engage with students and families after necessary closings. Teachers created distance learning classrooms and set up their teaching schedules to connect with students daily. They film stories and lessons, have Zoom class times, and adapt classroom projects for home learning. 

 

On March 16th, the first day of campus closure, parents were able to pick up packets of offline materials and students began accessing their new school emails and Google Classrooms. Today we have a 98% participation rate of engaged students and families. 

 

Parents are encouraged to share photos of students engaged in distance learning. We have been posting on our social media pages - Instagram & Facebook

 

Our parents, teachers, and staff have completed a Community Needs survey so that we can do our best to accommodate the changing needs of our co-operative community. 

Public Live Streams and Community Engagement

The Circle School has celebrated high-level  successes in transitioning our unique school culture and curriculum into an effective distance learning program. This summer, we will build on that success by offering a program that is flexible and varied in keeping with the evolving reality of this pandemic.  

At this time, we fully intend to open our campus in the Fall of 2020.  Is your family  interested in joining us?  Please visit our admissions page.