Like many, we are busy navigating the complexities of the recently announced public health measures. We are grateful that the well-being and safety of everyone is at the forefront.
November 30 marks the first day of at-home learning, and while this will be a change for some schools and students, ADLC is already supporting students in their learning from a distance. Since students are still allowed to go to school for scheduled appointments, we are asking our affiliated Partner schools to continue supporting students with on-site or virtual midterm and exam supervision (restrictions apply, exam supervisors can see exam release email instructions for specific information). It is our understanding that this is allowable under the new public health measures, and goes a long way in ensuring students are learning and meeting the intended program outcomes.
Everyone’s well-being is central to the decisions we make. We thank you for the opportunity to work with you and your students in their growth and learning.
Please contact the ADLC teacher of the course for alternate arrangements if on-site or virtual supervision is not possible.
Updated December 14, 2020