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eLearning at Whitfield

In addition to providing academic engagement and continuity when on-campus learning is not possible, Whitfield’s approach to eLearning places special emphasis on three mindsets that are critical to the Whitfield student experience but often overlooked in distance education programs: relationships & facetime, collaboration & discussion, and physical & mental wellness. The school’s extraordinary faculty, inclusive 1:1 technology program, and recognition of the home as a unique learning experience together guide student transitions between on-campus and off-campus learning.

First page of the PDF file: eLearning_ExecSummary

Expectations & Actions:

Expectations & Actions:

Expectations & Actions:

eLEARNING POLICIES & EXPECTATIONS

GRADES, ASSIGNMENTS & CLASS WORK

RESOURCES

WELLNESS RESOURCES

Students: we are still here for you!  Check out the Wellness activity group on each students’ B Day schedule in Warrior Web to see wellness activities, articles, and advice.  We are all working to support students and parents through email, google hangouts, zoom, and telephone calls.  Contact us through the information below.

Ginny Fendell
Director of Health & Wellness
Schedule a meeting using this link
Mead Ploszay
Director of Teaching & Learning
Schedule a meeting using this link
Anna Warbelow
Director of Equity & Inclusion
Schedule a meeting using this link

TECHNOLOGY CONSIDERATIONS & SUPPORT

Questions?

If you have questions about a course, assignment, or resource, please contact the relevant teacher at their Whitfield email address.

If you have general questions or feedback about eLearning, please contact:

If you have questions related to technology support, please contact our IT support desk: tech.support@whitfieldschool.org