The Summerland Advocate-Messenger - Reliable, Trustworthy Reporting, Capturing The Heartbeat Of Our Community

By LuAnn Schindler

Ewing school administrators, staff iron out details of continuity of learning plan


LuAnn Schindler

Reviewing instructions • Ewing fourth grade instructor, Kelsi Schueth, reviews lessons for the first week of the school's continuity of learning plan with Jorden Cox, Monday morning. Elementary students will have approximately three lessons per week in reading and math and one lesson a week in other subjects.

Don't panic.

That's the message Ewing Principal Greg Appleby wants parents and students to follow as the school transitions into a continuity of learning plan.

The plan went into effect Wednesday, April 1. Students picked up assignments and textbooks on Monday.

"I feel good about what our teachers have planned," Appleby said.

Students have been out of the building since March 17. Enrichment activities were distributed then, with work set to wrap up March 30.

Appleby said those activities came about from a combination of legal and educational advice.

"Originally, we came up with activities f...

For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.


Reader Comments(0)


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2021