Middlebury Academy Goes the Distance: Offers Online Learning and Free Technology Devices for All K-8 Students
School has officially started and this year Middlebury Academy, is making every second count. The school started virtually in August with plans to reopen campus doors in October.
“When it comes to learning, every second counts,” said Principal Felicia Woods-Wallace, M.Ed. “We are happy to welcome our scholars to a quality education, personalized instruction, and the resources to continue to learn at their level. Our teachers are excited, and we are making sure that our families feel supported and equipped for this unique start to the year.”
Teachers and staff connect with parents daily to support scholar learning. They are also working to ensure that each scholar has the technology at home and in school to excel. Middlebury Academy is planning to provide all families with iPads or Chromebooks for virtual learning.
Beyond that, Middlebury also provides weekly meal kits for families to take home and preparation instructions. Scholars also have access to teletherapy to provide social and emotional support, in addition to support from classroom teachers and intervention specialists.
Woods-Wallace says when campus reopens, the school will use enhanced safety protocols, including temperature checks, masks or shields provided to all teachers and scholars, and daily sanitation to clean and disinfect all classrooms.
To learn more or to get registered, visit the Enroll tab on our website.