Cooper Extends School Closing through April 10, Implements Distance Learning
THE WOODLANDS, TX – With a commitment to responsibly follow the latest state and federal recommendations regarding the coronavirus, and with an even stronger commitment to protecting the health and welfare of every student and employee of The John Cooper School, the School will remain closed through Friday, April 10 with classes scheduled to resume on campus on Monday, April 13.
This extended closure period also includes the cancellation of all athletic, performing arts and other extracurricular activities.
Teachers are working remotely this week to complete age-appropriate, division-specific distance learning curriculum and activities that will be implemented beginning the week of March 23.
“Our goal ahead will be to continue to convey the spirit of our community in our interactions with our students, while providing a degree of normalcy in uncertain times,” said Head of School Mike Maher. “Our administrative team, faculty and school counselors will continue to provide guidance and support until school resumes on campus.”
Established in 1988, The John Cooper School is an independent, college preparatory school for students in Pre-K through Grade 12. Learn more at www.johncooper.org.
Source: The John Cooper School