WRHS Remote Learning Information
Updated 11/20/20, 8:49 AM
Dear Parents, Guardians and Students:
Our best efforts aside, we now find ourselves in a situation that many of us have long lamented. Effective, Monday, November 23, our School District will transition to Phase I Remote Learning for the remainder of the semester. To be sure, none of us wanted this. Not our School Board. Not our students. Not our parents. Not our staff. It is an unfortunate reality of the difficulties set upon us by the pandemic where so many variables are out of our control.
Click here for a short guide that will answer many of the questions that you may have about our transition to Remote Learning. The guide is reflective of our commitment to provide higher levels of engagement in the virtual environment for our students, how students and parents can best prepare for and leverage that engagement, as well as our efforts to support the social-emotional well-being of our kids throughout the remainder of the semester. Please take a few moments to review the information and, most certainly, if questions arise, please reach out to us in the very near future.
In the coming weeks, it is my sincere hope that we can work together to decrease the spread of this virus in our community. Doing so is so much more than a matter of personal safety, it is our best hope of returning students to school - where we all want them to be. Where they need to be.
Ed Raines, Principal