Due to the ongoing and evolving situation with COVID-19, Chatham Charter has launched a temporary distance learning hub for K-12 students. Click here for access.
Info from 3/16 SchoolMessenger:
During this unprecedented time, we appreciate how school families and staff have been supportive and flexible. Though there are unknowns that surround many aspects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impacts, let’s continue to encourage each other.
Temporary Distance Learning Program Implementation
Chatham Charter’s Temporary Distance Learning Program will begin on Tuesday, March 17, for all students (K-12). Work is required, not optional. Our school is in session, just not with the normal face-to face instruction on campus. Teachers will be monitoring student work daily. The link to the Hub is now posted on our homepage. Please click teachers’ links so you can begin to work on assignments. Family support will be an important part of student success.
All K-3 students need to pick up paper packets of work from the school. Middle and high school art students also need to pick up supply bags. If you didn’t get yours Monday, you can pick it up between 10am and noon Tuesday, March 17, by coming through the car rider line. The school can mail K-3 packets to anyone who is unable to come by campus. School staff will not be available on campus at least through Monday, March 30. The campus is not open to visitors and phones are not being manned. Please communicate through email with staff.
Home Internet Support from Businesses
There are many service providers who are giving students free or extra service temporarily.