Our School is founded in the Episcopal tradition of compassion, care, and courage. Our shared resolve to support one another in promoting safety and transitioning bravely to distance learning is both humbling and emboldening, and I thank each of you for your efforts. We are acutely aware of the challenges for families, and we are committed to entering this time in a thoughtful, responsive, and understanding manner.
St. Anne's School of Annapolis is following Governor Hogan's recommendation to extend our campus closure through Friday, April 24.
The situation with COVID-19 continues to evolve rapidly. We recognize that whatever our plans, we may need to adapt and make changes quickly. Know that we will continue to update you as we learn more.
We at School will continue to provide resources on this page to help you support your children during these uncertain weeks. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have additional questions or concerns.
–Lisa Nagel, Head of School
What is Virtual/Distance Teaching and Learning?
Given the external circumstances facing all schools at this time, we have developed a Virtual/Distance Teaching and Learning (VDTL) Plan that is mission-consistent in striving to promote the continuity of experiential, inquiry-based, reflective teaching and learning in an environment outside the classroom while maintaining routines and social connection critical to the healthy development of every learner. St. Anne's School of Annapolis is committed to delivering a dynamic educational experience for all students. VDTL begins Thursday, March 26 and will run through Friday, April 24.
Our Program for Young Children and Lower School will use this website for VDTL >> (link is external)
Middle School students will access lesson details through Microsoft Teams.
We encourage you stay up-to-date with the following resources:
ResourcesThere are many resources available online about how to talk to students about COVID-19.
Talking to Teens and Tweens About Coronavirus (New York Times)