In the aftermath of the pandemic, one fact remains abundantly clear: the need for innovative, accessible education is absolutely vital. While the forced shift to distance learning back in 2020 left schools scrambling to effectively deliver instruction, HTA's unique blended learning program allowed our school to transition with greater ease. Virtual learning is an important component of our blended learning program, and, as such, our faculty, students, and families were already poised to navigate the realm of online learning.
While the world begins to ease back to normal, we fully recognize that some families may not yet be comfortable sending their children back to face-to-face classes. HTA is pleased to announce that we are offering a full distance learning program to students in Grades 4-12 across Hawai'i.
Highlights of the Program
SYNCHRONOUS VIRTUAL CLASS
Aims to replicate a face-to-face instruction experience
Lincoln Empowered/Buzz Platform
Participation in face-to-face collaborative projects once (1x) a month
Virtual student-led organizations and events
Regular student and family conferences
Prepares students for college and career readiness
Students engage in virtual place/project-based learning
Students must commit to an entire school year of distance learning. Students cannot enter our blended learning program once they have enrolled in the distance learning program.
Students will participate in a limited number of in-person activities, team-building, and curricular experiences.
Students will attend virtual workshops, conferences, and field studies (may be virtual or in-person).
Students will attend in-person mandated state testing.
Students will turn on cameras during class to help foster a positive classroom community.
Strong internet connection
Dedicated school laptop or chromebook
Working webcam and microphone
Google Chrome web browser
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