A Word from Mr. Nees
Dear Heritage Families:
As Heritage re-opens the Academy, Study Center, and Preschool in the fall, the COVID-19 plans, policies, and procedures were created with input from HCA administrators, board members, teachers, parents, Summit County Health Department, Geauga County Health Department, multiple medical doctors, and guidance from the Governor’s office, CDC, ODH, and ODE.
We recognize that individuals share vastly different views on how one ought to conduct himself in light of COVID-19. In this, we have been praying for an overwhelming spirit of Christian charity, humility, and grace among our staff and families. This is a difficult situation, and we need the Spirit of the Lord Jesus to reign in us richly as we navigate these waters.
As we’ve made these plans, we’ve been praying for our own hearts– that we would love God with all our hearts, souls, minds, and strength, and that we would love our neighbor as ourselves. – Luke 10:27
Head of School
Five Day Distance Learning Option
The 5 Day Distance learning option will provide synchronous instruction and will utilize classroom-based cameras and video conferencing technology. Distance learning is different from Heritage at Home in that it is a “live look-in” to the in-person instruction occurring in our classrooms. Students who are at home and able are expected to join their classes during all scheduled class times and participate in all assignments/assessments. In this way, students learning through the distance model will continue to progress through the curriculum.
This option is available for all Academy students kindergarten to eighth grade.
To sign up for this option, please fill out the Distance Learning Commitment Form.
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