Preparing for Virtual Learning at PFS

Angela DeGraff
The times we’re in present us with great challenges and great opportunities. One of the challenges we face is adapting to a new normal in every facet of our lives. At PFS, we are ramping up to adjust to virtual learning as our primary mode of teaching and learning.

We realize the tremendous opportunity to continue to be a consistent presence in our students’ lives. The wellbeing of our students and their continued vigorous learning are our foremost concerns. We understand that maintaining a school connection, even virtually, will be an important factor in helping students find balance in these unprecedented circumstances. After a period of settling into our new routines, I trust students and teachers will continue to experience familiar and new Princeton Friends moments of joy and discovery, even as we move beyond the classroom walls and familiar spaces of our beautiful campus.

While I recognize that this is a time of uncertainty, we will do everything in our power to ensure that students and faculty feel connected and together in our valued and shared learning community.

For now, take good care of one another.
A progressive, Quaker day school welcoming students in Pre-K through 8th grade to our historic Princeton campus nestled in the woods.