E-Learning Day Information

E-Learning Day Q&A

Q:  What is an e-Learning Day?

A:  The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) established the Virtual Option for Inclement Weather (known informally as e-Learning Days) in 2014 as a response to schools that had the ability to provide high-quality instruction electronically in the event of severe weather that would normally require a school day to be canceled.  Provided that a school can meet several assurances, the IDOE will grant the school the ability to provide instruction to students virtually and to count the day as a regular school day. IDOE requires that all activities on an e-Learning Day take place as if a regular school day was occurring and all students have access to any individual accommodations or supports as needed.

Q:  How will my child access their materials on an e-Learning Day?

A:  For students in grades Kindergarten through 4th grade, we will be utilizing Google Classroom to post student assignments, facilitate discussions, and submit work.  All Kindergarten through 4th-grade students are given a district-issued Google Classroom account to access materials and assignments.

Q:  What if my child does not have internet access during an e-Learning Day?

A:  We understand that not all students have access to a device and/or the internet during the day due to individual situations, such as loss of internet due to inclement weather, child daycare, multiple students at home with a single computer, parent availability during the workday, no internet provider at home, etc.  Because of this, students will have five school days to complete any assigned e-Learning Day tasks and assignments and turn in the work.

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