ABC Action News and Bay News 9 spoke to parents and school leaders about Corbett Prep's decision to structure remote school days in the same way as in-classroom instruction. Parents told reporters that the routines gave their children a sense of normalcy and eased the transition into remote instruction. Students look forward to seeing their teachers and friends daily through Zoom.
When Corbett Prep prepared to shift to remote instruction in March, teachers needed to balance both routine and innovation. The faculty knew students would find comfort in the familiar school schedule, but they needed to figure out how best to deliver their lessons and connect to the students using technology. The result – a full day complete with live instruction from classroom and specials teachers – is resonating with parents.
Parents came to Corbett Prep with designs for various devices that could extend the lives of medical professionals' masks, make masks more comfortable or correctly position face shields. Corbett Prep has used its 3D printers to print more than 100 mask shields, mask extenders and face shield frames.
Corbett Prep's annual STEAM Symposium showcases the curiosity and creative thinking that thrive in our students. Intermediate and Middle School students researched topics in Science, Technology, Engineering, the Art of Design and Mathematics and prepared presentations and demonstrations to share with an audience.
What's cool about Corbett Prep? Parents, faculty and staff could put together a long list of what they think makes Corbett Prep a special place to learn, but we wanted to hear from the students. Check out what they had to say in these videos!