Saint Brendan faculty and staff rose to the occasion of these uncertain times by providing meaningful, creative, and interactive lessons during this period of remote learning. The students may have been out of the building, however, they remained more than ever part of our school family. We remained a school family even though we were required to be apart. Lessons were delivered through live sessions and taped videos. Teachers worked above and beyond what was required of them by delivering materials and heart-felt signs to the homes of students to keep them connected. Our small class sizes were conducive to virtual learning and multimedia conferencing allowing for guided instruction and one-on-one meetings. Students with service plans continued to have their needs met with our Title 1 teacher and Speech and Hearing Therapist.
By being quick-thinking and with our technological know-how, we shared art projects, physical education challenges and gratitude presentations through social media. We embraced exceptional opportunities that both faculty and students accomplished together while we were apart.
Even now we are planning for the 2020-2021 school year. Even though we have no real blueprint as of what the academic year will look like, we are confident that our many assets will shine forth. Our small class sizes will contribute to social distancing. Our green space provides the opportunity for open air learning. Our dedicated staff will face the challenges of these times with savvy innovation and resilient faith.
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