Learning 2020-21

In these uncertain times, boys need structure, flexibility, inspiration, and connection more than ever. Landon's plan for learning in 2020-21 is designed to provide our boys with meaningful, engaging experiences through distance, hybrid, or on-campus instruction and to retain our sense of community during a school closure.  

Our education has always been about more than beautiful spaces and facilities. It’s about knowing how to reach boys whether on campus or at home. And it is rooted in the relationships between boys and teachers they respect—teachers whose creativity and dedication enhance every boy’s experience. No matter the platform or channel, boys thrive at Landon because we design and adapt our program to fit the ways boys learn best.

For more information on our current school status and a broader look at our 2020-21 Return-to-School Plan, please visit this page:

coronavirus & Return-to-school plan

on-campus learning

 

Hybrid Learning

 

 

Learning Scenarios

Distance learning at Landon

 

Distance Learning Overview

Watch the videos below to learn how the Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools implemented five-day-a-week remote learning, including arts and athletics.

Grades 3-5

Grades 6-8

Grades 9-12

schedule changes

 

Distance learning Schedules

Bears@Home

Distance Learning Update

This is a blog post by our Assistant Head Charles Franklin, who describes how distance learning has evolved from spring 2020 to fall 2020 incorporating community feedback and best practices for online instruction.

Week in Review #1

Landon Bears started this week with virtual Convocation and on Wednesday small groups of students spent time on campus getting to know their peers, learning about college counseling, and talking about growth mindset in Advisory.

Instagram @landonschool

    Parents on Distance Learning

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    Good News

    Making masks, making a difference 

    Alex ’26 and his mom, Suzete, have more than 1,000 masks to provide health care professionals and first responders with personal protective equipment (PPE) to stay safe and help fight the coronavirus pandemic.

    Teacher Tom Drescher and foster dog

    Middle School teacher Tom Drescher is one of many Americans who are taking advantage of working from home and distance learning to adopt a rescue animal.

    Wellness Wednesday blog

     

    #WellnessWednesday

    This blog post is part of a series of #WellnessWednesday tips. This week, the Landon wellness team shares that Upper School families and faculty explored how to manage stress and anxiety by viewing and discussing, Angst, a documentary.

    This blog post is part of a series of #WellnessWednesday tips. This week, the Landon wellness team focuses on Mental Health Awareness Month and how to be mindful of your mental well-being.

    This blog post is part of a series of #WellnessWednesday tips. This week, the Landon wellness team shares how good sleep can contribute to your well-being.