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PDTogether: Teaching and learning, 2020-21 

Due to the ever-shifting circumstances surrounding public health, Providence Day will remain nimble and flexible throughout this school year. We will constantly monitor data and consult experts to keep our teaching and learning safe for our students, faculty, staff, and families. For further questions, we encourage you to reach out directly to: Erin Harper, Head of Lower School,; Lee Tappy, Interim Head of Middle School,; or Eric Hedinger, Head of Upper School,


On Campus Together:

Modified on-campus presence:

Updated spring 2021: Effective April 7, 2021, all modified and hybrid scheduling is ending, as students return to fully on-campus learning together. This section will be updated if these policies return for designated periods. For all days on campus under this model, all health & safety policies and procedures listed under the On Campus section apply.

Opt-in Remote Learning:

All parents have the option to commit to an all-remote learning schedule for a defined period. Some students may temporarily join remote learning if ill or following recommended quarantine guidelines.

Fully Remote learning:

If federal, state, or local authorities issue another remain-at-home order similar to the one last spring that mandated all-remote learning, Providence Day will be ready together with a new Remote Learning 2.0 plan.