As part of the transition resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and state-mandated school closures, Stoneleigh-Burnham School began a period of remote learning on March 23. In just one week’s time, SBS faculty were trained on different systems and platforms to facilitate online learning. They quickly began implementing new skills as they modified and altered their curriculum and approaches. Some of the intricacies involved in this transition included creating an external website for our students in China who are unable to access Google Classroom; setting up weekly virtual community meetings (to replace in-person Housemeetings) led by SBS alumna and Assistant to the Deans Sam Satin Torres; scheduling online appointments with our Director of Counseling Ellen Carter and Director of Health Services Jenny Potee; participating in Workouts of the Week with SBS Director of Athletics Scott Gray; and hosting our first Virtual Revisit Day for all of our accepted students on Friday, April 3. Throughout the spring and summer of 2020, SBS faculty and staff have engaged in COVID-19-related webinars through NAIS, AISAP, AISNE, state departments of education, insurance groups, and more. Additionally, they are continuing their professional development work in courses on anti-racism, technology, and remote learning.