School of the Nations’ Distance Learning is an alternative to classroom-based education offered in the event of a weather-related, health-related, or other disruptive school closure.
It is based on researched best practices and blending virtual and hands-on activities in age-appropriate ways. It is designed to meet a balance of asynchronous, online and off-line learning activities that are based on the student’s interests, age, and developmental level.
RESOURCES & INFORMATION ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS
It is our top priority to keep our students and staff safe and healthy at school. As you may know, news about the coronavirus continues to evolve and, unfortunately, the virus has continued to spread to more countries around the world.
According to the decree issued by the Federal District government, on-campus
classes are cancelled until May 31 and we will move to a Distance Learning system.
In keeping with the advice of the Ministry of Health, we request that anyone who has traveled abroad recently should monitor their health and take their temperature regularly for at least 14 days after returning to Brazil. If symptoms develop, such as fever, dry cough, or difficulty breathing, seek immediate medical care, and do not return to school until you or your child has recovered fully.
There are several measures you can adopt to protect yourself against the new coronavirus. Watch this short video and find out what the recommendations from WHO experts are. For more information, please visit: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019