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When our campus is closed, learning continues.

We are continuing to plan for the beginning of school in August 2020. Check our 2020-2021 School Year Plans page for updated information.

Questions You May Have

Campus Closure

What are students supposed to do while they are out of school?

Continue their learning! The Bright School is continuing instruction via distance learning (see Distance Learning section below) if the campus is closed. 

Will faculty and staff report to school during the closure?

The school is now closed to everyone accept certain administrative staff.

What do I do if I have a question?

See the Who Do I Call section for more information.

Will other activities take place at school during the closure?

No, there will be no other Bright School activities such as Bright Afternoons, after school classes or athletics. The campus is closed during this period.

Will events scheduled during the closure be cancelled or rescheduled?

We will announce plans to cancel or reschedule events.

Will there be any refunds?

Yes, there will be refunds for remaining field trips, after school classes and athletics.


Distance Learning

What is distance learning and how do I do it?

Distance learning is instruction provided to students via platforms on the Internet or through email correspondence. Our teachers are using technology readily available to parents at home. Distance learning includes emails from the teacher, videos of instruction, live video conferencing and other online materials, but not all of the work students will do will be online. Students will still read books, write, and work with their hands, and teachers will encourage them to be physically active during the day.

What kinds of devices do I need to access distance learning?

All the tools teachers are using are not device specific. You should be able to use a desktop computer, laptop or tablet. Some instruction may be more difficult to use on a phone, but it should still be accessible.

What if I do not have Internet access or digital devices at home?

Teachers will provide paper handouts and other non-digital materials if this is an issue for families. Please contact your child’s teacher.

What happens if I don’t have the materials at home?

Teachers have sent home materials from the classroom such as textbooks, handouts and manipulatives for the younger students. If your child was absent and did not receive these materials, please contact your child’s teacher. Some of the materials may be available online, and some items could be swapped out for items readily available at home.

What is the schedule for distance learning?

Your child’s teacher has provided a daily schedule with full details. Full distance learning will begin on March 23. There will be a recommended schedule of how long children should spend a day doing certain activities and classwork. This will be a mix of homeroom activities and special area activities for K-5.

Will students have to make up school days at the end of the year?

No, there will be no make up days necessary.


Who Do I Contact?

If you have questions about a specific assignment or classroom resource, please contact your child’s teacher by email or phone. Teachers will be able to respond to questions during their regularly-scheduled “classroom hours,” which will be provided to families.

If you have questions about technology, a platform or device, please contact Renee’ Kropff by email at [email protected].

If you have other issues related to distance learning, please contact Kendra Reasor or Renee’ Kropff by email at [email protected] or [email protected].

If you have questions about a personal or social-emotional concern for your child, please contact school counselor Rachel Blanton by email at [email protected].

You also may use our general contact form on the website: Someone will respond to your email as soon as possible.

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