Remote Learning Information

Remote Learning Information
Posted on 04/15/2021
Remote Learning

We hope that you and your family have had and continue to have a safe and relaxing spring break. 

 As I am sure you have heard, on Monday April 12, 2021, the provincial government announced that elementary students would be pivoting to virtual learning starting on Monday, April 19, 2021, in an effort to reduce the spread of Covid-19 and to ensure everyone’s health and safety.

Prior to the spring break, Storrington staff started to prepare for this possibility and have continued to prepare for the transition to virtual learning. 

On the morning of Monday, April 19, families will receive an email from your child’s classroom teacher.  Within the email, will be instructions on how to access your child’s Google Classroom and expectations for the week, which include times for Google Meets.  Learning tasks will also be posted to your child’s Google Classroom which can be completed and submitted.  

 Throughout the week, we ask that families continue to check their email for any updates or new information.  If families need to reach the school, you can contact the school directly as calls will be answered and school voice mail will be retrieved throughout the week.   

 Please continue to follow the Storrington website at http://www.storrington.limestone.on.ca, the LDSB website at www.limestone.on.ca, the Storrington Twitter account at @StorrPS_LDSB and the LDSB Twitter account at @LimestoneDSB, for updates and information.

 We understand that the pivot to remote learning is both challenging and difficult for students and families.  We also know that virtual learning is not ideal for all learners.  We are here to assist you and believe that together, we’ll work through this process. If you require any support throughout remote learning, please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s teacher through email or through your child’s Google Classroom.  We truly appreciate everyone’s patience, support and perseverance as we once again transition through this process.

Sincerely,

Ean Pattison
Principal