What is an E-Learning Day?
E-Learning Days will be used to make up snow days. Snow days 1-3 were built-in to the 2022-23 school calendar. Snow days 4-8 will be E-Learning Days at home.
Attendance will be taken on E-Learning Days.
On an E-Learning Day, teachers will post activities on:
- Seesaw (Elementary)
- Google Classroom (High School) & Google Chat (to communicate with teachers)
- Email (High School)
Teachers will be available during the instructional day to answer questions.
- Available does not mean the teacher will be on live video all day
- Available means they can be reached via email or might host a virtual meeting students can join
E-Learning is NOT Distance Learning
- If your student does not have access to materials or the internet, he or she will be allowed to make up any required work once class is resumed
- Remember most classes will not be “live” on the internet on an E-Learning day. Some teachers may choose to use Google Meet or Zoom to answer questions or get students started, but this is not a requirement.