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Updated 5/6/20

Remote Learning

Even though our physical classrooms are closed for the remainder of the school year, student learning continues remotely. We have developed very specific plans regarding the delivery of our educational programming and students are already accustomed to working online. We believe that our remote learning plan fosters deep, engaging, and meaningful learning for our students of all ages.

Asynchronous Model
  • Instruction will follow an "asynchronous" model, where teachers post lessons and course materials in advance for students to work independently, yet still aligned with the school calendar. We will not host or require "real time" live instruction classes.
  • An asynchronous model allows for adaptation and customization for faculty to meet the needs of students. 
  • In order to maintain a personal connection that faculty feel with their students, optional "synchronous" experiences will be available for Middle and Upper School teachers and students to connect. Lower School teachers will continue to build relationships through daily videos and weekly phone check-ins with students.
  • Asynchronous learning allows for more schedule flexibility for our students, which benefits all members of our community. It also limits excessive screen time and promotes balance during a time when many of our students will likely be on screens more than usual.
  • We will assess this model after a couple of weeks and will make adjustments as needed to best serve our students. 
Schedule and Attendance
  • Teachers' schedules will follow usual school hours (7:30 am–3:45 pm), however, please allow 24 hours for them to respond to queries, per our usual policy. 
  • While daily attendance will not be taken in its traditional form, it will be monitored by teachers based on work accomplished and submitted daily.

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Support

Lower School

Academic Support

E-mail your classroom teacher

Social/Emotional Support

JG Bailey

Middle School

Academic Support

Students should e-mail their advisor or teachers as appropriate.

Social/Emotional Support

Janani Buford

Upper School

Academic Support

Students should e-mail their advisor or teachers as appropriate.

Social/Emotional Support

Samanta Bosco

Technical Support

If you are experiencing technical difficulties, remember to check your Internet connectivity and restart your device. If you continue to have trouble, contact our Help Desk:
 
Help Desk: (704) 943-4900
E-mail: helpdesk@charlottecountryday.org
Lower School Seesaw questions: tim.moxley@charlottecountryday.org
 
Support Hours
Monday-Friday: 7:30 am–4:00 pm
 
If you need assistance after hours, please call the Support Hotline and leave a message. A member of our team will respond within 24 hours.

Your Child's Health

If your child is not feeling well, our nurses want to hear from you. Follow typical protocol and send an e-mail to your appropriate division. Please include your child's name, grade, teacher/advisor name, and symptoms exhibited:

Lower School: lsattend@charlottecountryday.org
Middle School: msattend@charlottecountryday.org
Upper School: usattend@charlottecountryday.org