Health and Safety Updates

Updated as of August 24, 2020

As concerns around Coronavirus (COVID-19) continue, Teachstone® is committed to communicating proactively and transparently with our clients and partners in the field.

We are taking steps to support safe environments for our clients and the children they serve by creating alternative ways to provide training and professional development. We will keep this page updated with our most recent updates and developing plans.

How Teachstone Is Approaching COVID-19

  • The safety of our team, our clients, and the children they serve is our top priority.
  • We are partnering with clients to work through these extenuating circumstances together.
  • We are taking preventive measures to help ensure a safe environment and to reduce the spread of this virus around the education community we belong to.
  • We will continue to review the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) guidance daily and will make decisions based on trusted information.

Face-to-Face Trainings

Below is a list of face-to-face trainings that have transitioned to virtual events. These fully-facilitated virtual training options will allow you to continue you CLASS work, despite social distancing and travel limitations.

  • Charlotte Regional Conference from June 16-19
  • Dallas Regional Conference from July 21-24
  • Philadelphia Regional Conference from August 18-21
  • Long Beach Regional Conference from September 22-25
  • Chicago Regional Conference from October 13-16
  • Miami Regional Conference from November 17-20

Attendees of these trainings will have the option to postpone if they do not want to attend the virtual training. Instructions to do this have been sent via email to attendees. If you have questions please reach out to Customer Support.

Currently all of our other scheduled CLASS trainings are proceeding as planned. However, we plan to offer the option of attending them virtually. 

If circumstances change such that in-person training becomes infeasible, we will reach out to registrants directly with alternatives and update this page. Please bookmark this page for ease of accessing this information and contact us if you are interested in learning more about virtual training for your organization.

See all scheduled trainings.

Virtual Trainings

Any of our standard face-to-face trainings are now offered in a fully virtual format. These new training opportunities are:

  • Convenient – Staff can complete training from the comfort and safety of home or work.
  • Affordable – Virtual delivery is discounted and there are no expenses for travel or meals.
  • Facilitated – Every virtual training is facilitated by a Teachstone CLASS trainer.
  • Reliable – A tech support team member will ensure a seamless experience.
  • Flexible – Training time and breaks can all be customized to meet your needs.

Keep remote teams connected while offering them the opportunity to get CLASS certified or take their skills to the next level. Learn more here.

Online Options 

Our online trainings offer programs the opportunity to improve teacher-student interactions, even if in-person trainings become infeasible. The myTeachstone® platform also houses hundreds of CLASS exemplar videos and in-depth resources that can be assigned to teachers for targeted professional development. In addition, we can offer smaller group trainings for your organization.

Rescheduling Planned Trainings

If you would like to postpone your training to a future date, please contact our Customer Support team as soon as possible at 866-998-8352 or through our online chat option at We will work with you to find a training solution that meets your needs. We understand if you decide to delay your training.

Minimizing the Spread of COVID-19

Health officials are urging the use of personal best practices that are standard for a typical flu season:

  • Cough into your elbow and sneeze into a tissue.
  • Consult with a doctor before traveling when sick.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds—especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

We know this is a stressful time. We’re here to support you in any way we can. If you have questions, please contact our Customer Support team at

Thank you for your partnership as we navigate this evolving situation.