Field's Virtual Community

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, The Field School has had to move its education, and its community to a remote setting. Despite this, our community remains strong and our education remains robust, and engaging.

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  • A Field Education From Home: Course Work, Athletics, and Community Building

    Field strives to make sure our education remains robust and thoughtful during times of remote learning. Students engage with the lessons and materials designed by teachers to help them continue to develop essential skills of mind.

    The daily schedule includes class periods, meeting times with teachers, as well as a period at the end of the day for grade level meetings, technology training, Pop-Up SHAMS, and other community events. Our class periods combine teacher-led real-time lessons and independent work time.

    Fridays are focused on bringing closure to the week—classes are structured to wrap up the week’s thinking, review key skills and reflect on learning.

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  • Resources to Help Our Community

    In this unprecedented time, it is more important than ever to come together as a community. We are gathering and updating resources to help our community stay educated and stay healthy.

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  • Prospective and Newly Enrolled Field Families

    Despite not being physically present on campus, our Admission Office is here to help you get to know our community and to welcome our new families.

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  • Does Your Child Need Additional Support

    Both grade heads and Dr. Kalil, our school psychologist, continue to be available as resources during this time.
    If your student is encountering any issues with technology including hardware or Wi-Fi needs, please contact the tech office between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday through email at or by phone 202-295-5666. Replacement Chromebooks and Macbooks are available in the case of a serious computer issue. Please try to grab screenshots of the issue as they make it easier (and sometimes possible!) to help figure out the problem.
  • Connect With Us!

    Have a great image of your student’s experience during Remote Learning? Please share it with us as we continue to work to stay connected! 

    Send images to Please clearly indicate if we have permission to use your image in online or print  publications.