As we enter into a period of remote learning at Trinity Classical Academy, it is worth emphasizing at the outset that our school and our community are not closed. Our campus may be, for the time being, but our mission to produce young men and women of virtue, courage and independence remains alive and vibrant throughout this temporary period. Our method of educating children in the Christian faith and classical tradition is shifting from face-to-face to virtual, and we see both challenges and opportunities with this shift. However, it does not alter in any way our commitment to the health, well-being, and growth of every student in our community.
Teachers are getting creative, using FaceTime, Zoom, and other technology to communicate with their students. Mrs. Escorza gave 8th grader Madison Perry a Life Skills assignment to empty wastebaskets and vacuum a room. (photos below)
For more photos of students in the Imago Dei School during this season of Remote Learning, visit the Photo Gallery HERE and select Remote Learning.
Visit our Remote Learning webpage for up-to-date details.