Extended Learning Resources
Out of consideration of our community health and wellbeing, St. John's Episcopal School transitioned to an extended learning mode, beginning on March 17, 2020. Below, please see the array of resources and communications to support students, parents, faculty & staff during this unprecedented time.
In an effort to ensure a productive, ongoing learning experience for our students, we have created this guide to help assist students and parents with the transition to an extended learning program. As always, we will rely heavily on the strong partnerships between students, parents, and school that make St. John's a special community.
Thank you to the parents that took our survey on extended learning! You can check out the results here.
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Uploading to Teams
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Click the above button to see a "live" and evolving list of frequently asked questions related to student, parent, and faculty/staff tech needs.
Contact Tech Support
Click the button above to submit a tech support email and we'll respond to you ASAP! Note: This support is open to students, parents, and faculty/staff at SJES only.
We recognize that this is a new and (for some) challenging time on a personal level, as well. Please feel free to reach out to the following resources for conversation and chaplaincy:
We are talking with some of our St. John’s teachers who share their experiences with extended learning. Follow along as we touch base with some teachers from each division and learn more about what amazing things they are bringing to our school during this time. Today we asked Mrs. Edwards, 5th grade teacher, a few questions.
We are talking with some of our St. John’s teachers who share their experiences with extended learning. Follow along as we touch base with some teachers from each division and learn more about what amazing things they are bringing to our school during this time. Today we asked Ms. Dayton, Early Childhood Division Pre-K teacher, a few questions.