Campus Closed: shifting to eLearning

Posted by Communications on 3/12/2020 6:30:00 PM

All on-campus learning has been suspended and The Woodstock Academy is shifting to eLearning. 


All school activities have been suspended.


The administration will reevaluate on a weekly basis. 


Tomorrow's practice eLearning day will continue as planned. eLearning will continue on Monday, March 16.


Expectations for students during eLearning:

  • Wake up early enough that you are ready to learn fifteen minutes before your first class.
  • Find a comfortable place for learning. Try to use the same space every day. A desk or table would be ideal so you can spread out your learning materials.
  • Have your iPad (charged or plugged in to power), materials for the class (notebooks, texts, calculators) with you.
  • At the beginning of each class, check your school email, login to your Canvas class, and open Microsoft Teams. (You do not need to log in for Study Hall, but you should log in for all other classes.) Teachers will be taking attendance in PowerSchool as normal.
  • Follow teacher instructions on how to use audio and video.
  • Be an active learner: Listen to the teacher, follow along with any presentations/videos, complete all activities, ask questions. 
  • Submit any required work through Canvas.
  • If you miss a class, access the recorded lesson and complete the work as quickly as possible. 
  • If you have a question, please email your teacher.
  • If you are struggling with eLearning and need help or support, please reach out to your counselor by email.

If a student is unable to participate in eLearning on a given day, a parent or guardian should email