ASFM Distance Learning 2.0 Hub
As a community, we will need to embrace this school year with an open, flexible and caring attitude. We hope you find this Distance Learning Hub helpful and informative.
As we navigate these unprecedented times, we will continue to monitor the situation and as conditions evolve we will inform the community of any and all changes.
- ASFM Drop-off / Pick-up plan Information. August 14
- Join the WhatsApp Groups for Parents. August 14
- MSHS Drop-off Procedure is going on from August 12-14, you received the information through email.
- Eagles Reaching Out! #strongertogetherASFM Let's support Cruz Roja and Nuevo Amanecer during these difficult times.
Everywhere you turn these days we are confronted with distressing news about the COVID statistics, the political situation in the US, Black Lives Matter, the economy, Distance Learning and so on.
As teachers, like parents, we want what is best for our students. We want them to learn and grow academically, but more importantly, we want them to become better human beings.
It was this question during my ASFM interview that inspired me to become an Eagle. As I think you know by now, I’m the newest Eagle on the administrative team assuming the role of Assistant Superintendent of Innovation and Learning.
In 2006, Sir Ken Robinson’s presentation Do schools kill creativity? was posted online and became the most viewed TedTalk of all time. After hearing the news of his death last week, I returned to that TedTalk again, and what amazed me is that his speech has perhaps even greater relevance in today’s pandemic than it did fourteen years ago.
We finished last school year in distance learning and began this school year in distance learning - unprecedented, unique, and unappealing for everyone involved.