Jessica Baxter - Princeton High School Principal - Adjusting to remote learning during the coronavirus pandemic
I am Stan Berteloot and this is Back in America. Today I am speaking via Skype with Princeton High School Principal Jessica Baxter.
Jessica, as most school leaders across the globe, is faced with the challenging task of adjusting to the reality of the Coronavirus pandemic.
When the school closed, initially for two weeks on March 16 putting in place remote learning was only part of what had to be done. The staff at PHS had to ensure that every kid had access to a computer and the Internet. Curriculums had to be adjusted for kids to learn online.
Strategies had to be put in place to ensure well being of students.
Jessica, when we prepared this interview you told me that you are reassessing and re-planning what you do, not day to day, but minute to minute.
Thank you for taking the time to speak with Back in America and to share your experience keeping Princeton High School strong for the students and their families.
Jessica's book suggestions
Daring Greatly, by Brown, Brene, Ph.D.
Tell Me Who You Are: Sharing Our Stories of Race, Culture, & Identity
by Winona Guo, Priya Vulchi