Monitoring COVID-19 | Remote Learning Plans

Remote Learning Plan

Casady School has developed a One School Remote Learning Protocol in the event that we must close campus for an extended period of time due to any extreme situation (e.g. weather-related campus damage or pandemic outbreak). During this period, students will engage in Remote Learning. We use the term Remote Learning deliberately and in lieu of technology-specific terms such as “e-learning” or “online classes." Division specific plans, schedules, and FAQs are listed on each of the pages. Please click on the tile below to access your child's division. Teachers will direct individual classes and provide orientation prior to the first virtual class day.











Remote Learning Checklist: Parents

Following is a list of steps you and your family can take to prepare for Remote Learning:

  • Identify a space in your home where your child can participate in remote classroom activities and complete schoolwork.
  • Check your home internet service plan. Make sure that your home content filter is set to an appropriate filter level for your child. Classes that occur through Google Hangout Chat or Google Hangout Meet platform will require an internet connection that supports streaming. If your home does not have internet access and streaming capabilities because of financial hardship, please contact Jeff Bingham (binghamj@casady.org), Chief Financial Officer.
  • If all of your children do not have a learning device (e.g. laptop, PC) that is compatible with Chrome, please contact the Technology Help Desk (helpdesk@casady.org).
  • If any of your children need to check out a device for Remote Learning, please complete this form by clicking here.
  • Talk with your child about the importance of bringing home any essential materials each day.
  • Confirm that your charger works for your child’s learning device.
  • Connect with Student Support Services if needed. Our team of Learning Specialists, School Counselor, and Nurse can offer guidance if your child is feeling worried about the virus and associated news.
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Casady School is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory, Episcopal day school serving students in pre-k-12. Educating Mind, Body, and Spirit.