This year, we will be having E-Learning days instead of canceling school when there is severe weather. This approach provides the opportunity to have instruction continue in a way that models for students that learning can happen anywhere and anytime. It also helps students further develop the technical and organizational skills necessary to work independently.
An E-Learning Day is 5 hours in length and teachers will be assigning work that collectively should not extend beyond this time frame.
Examples of the type of work include:
The district will announce an E-Learning day in advance of a typical weather (cold or snow) cancellation. In that email will be a link for all students to record their attendance. Students should then review the work assigned to them. See the link below to locate those assignments.
Individual teachers will post or share work on an E-Learning day. Students who encounter difficulty may contact their teacher. Teachers will check e-mail periodically through the day. Students will not be required to submit any assignment until the next face-to-face meeting of the class.
To locate a teacher's assignment when an E-Learning Day occurs, CLICK HERE and search by teacher.
For additional information, visit the District 204 E-Learning Page.