Elementary School Remote - Live Learning Program

  • In grades K-5, elementary students work with a Farmington Public Schools teacher throughout the full traditional school day, five days per week.  Students receive instruction in all core subjects; mathematics, science, social studies, and language arts.   Instruction is live and synchronous, similar to a typical in-person school day.  Science and Social Studies are a mix of self-paced and live teacher-led work. Students also receive live remote instruction in Art, Music, and Physical Education from certified Farmington teachers. Even though students are engaged in a full day of instruction, that does not mean students are on a computer screen all day.   Just like in-person instruction, students may have independent or small group work time, where a teacher is still available to support as needed.

    To learn more about the Elementary Remote Live Learning Program, and ALL of our K-12 online programs, please view our interactive slide deck.    

    Please note that in MISTAR Parent Portal, you may see your student listed as enrolled at Longacre-Remote.   This is only a record-keeping technicality as all remote/virtual students must be grouped together for attendance purposes.   All students still remain connected to and may return to their home school the following school year if they choose to do so.

    Elementary Remote School Times 
    Full Day: 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Half Day: 8:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.

    For more specific daily schedules, including specials, lunch, and academic times, please contact your student’s teacher.

    School Supply Lists:
    Farmington Public Schools provides all supplies and learning materials that students need. Should you wish to purchase additional materials for your student, please see the suggested supply lists linked below (coming soon)

    Second & Third Grade Supply List

    Fourth & Fifth Grade Supply List

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