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Updates-Part 3

In keeping our families up to date with EAEE’s COVID-19 response, this issue’s topic is: Is European Academy’s distance learning option a
long term replacement for in-school instruction?

The Main Idea
EAEE has implemented a distance learning option, using Google Classroom, due to adaptations required by the COVID-19 pandemic. Google Classroom is an online educational delivery platform and can offer flexibility for students to stay current with classwork, in the event of illness or otherwise.  As a traditional school, EAEE believes there is no replacement for in-school instruction and encourages all students to return to school, as soon as they are able. EAEE further believes that its students, ages 2-7, are best served by in-school instruction and plan to remain open to deliver it. EAEE has taken great care and consideration to best facilitate a safe reopening, see EAEE’s COVID Response, Parts 1 & 2, below.

What This Means In Practice
If a student becomes ill and needs to quarantine at home, they will be able to stay up to date with the classwork, by using Google Classroom.

Families may opt into distance learning, as necessary, and are encouraged to send their child back to school, as soon as possible. 

Each grade level will have their own Google Classroom page. Students can join Google Classroom, with a special code provided from EAEE.

Each subject (special area classes and general curriculum) will have material posted in Google Classroom. Material will include video lessons, assignments, instructions, resources, and assessments.

Each teacher will record abbreviated video lessons of their subject material and instructions for students learning from home. 

The class content and coursework posted on Google Classroom will be aligned with EAEE’s curriculum. However, it is not designed to be a replacement for in-school instruction. 

Each teacher will have scheduled virtual office hours in order to interact with and assist the students learning from home.

School supplies, textbooks, and all necessary materials will be sent home to distance learning students. 

 FAQ’s of the Week

Is is possible for European Academy to remain open in the event of a mandatory shutdown?  
Yes. As a childcare provider, licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families, EAEE plans to stay open, and will do everything possible to continue to offer in-person education. 


Will teachers deliver live streaming lessons from the classroom, for students opting in to distance learning? 

No. Teachers will post recorded video lessons and will be available to assist students engaged in distance learning. 

In the event of a mandatory shutdown, and if all students are state mandated to engage in distance learning, will teachers deliver live lessons?
Yes. If EAEE is state mandated to close and deliver only a distance learning module, teachers will stream live lessons to all students learning from home. 



Click here to read EAEE’s COVID Response, Part 1

Click here to read EAEE’s COVID Response, Part 2





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