With the continuing public health crisis of the coronavirus, our faculty, Board and staff have been praying and meeting all week. We found out last night that LA Harbor College is moving all their courses off site to be electronic.
In an effort to prevent the contagious spread of this virus, Ambassador High School will move classes to meet through CANVAS CONFERENCES until April 6, 2020, when, tentatively, in-person classes will restart.
To continue to provide a rigorous education, our classes will meet five days a week, online, via CANVAS CONFERENCES. The front desk of the school will remain open with Mrs. Chinn, Mrs. Duperron, Mr. Duperron, and/or Dr. Barker working in person throughout this emergency. Teachers will be available virtually to help students as needed. Here is our commitment and plan:
- Teachers will hold classes using the adjusted bell schedule attached, with all students logging into CANVAS CONFERENCES.
- Students will need to continue to read, complete homework, take exams, participate in discussions, and master content in their courses.
- The mission trip will be postponed until the emergency has been mitigated.
- All sports and events will be cancelled or rescheduled.
- The school office will remain open so parents and students can call to get technical help or troubleshoot any problems.
- LA Harbor College courses will also be on the LAHC Canvas course websites. The Biology 3 lab professor has also committed to using Canvas to communicate virtually.
When we return to school, we are asking students to be free from any illness and to follow the guidelines from the Department of Public Health.
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email or call me here at school.
We are committed to loving God and loving others, and we feel this is the best way to do that.
Head of School