ELEARNING/VIRTUAL LEARNING INFORMATION
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1) EVERY inclement weather cancellation is a Virtual Learning Day, EXCEPT for a cancelation occurring within the first two weeks of school or is otherwise released by school officials as an eLearning Day.
a) eLearning: Lessons are posted, and teachers are available for questions via email during typical school day hours. All eLearning lessons will be recorded and posted to Seesaw or Canvas. Recording will be posted for one week following the eLearning day. Students have three days to turn in assignments, with the day that eLearning is conducted as Day 0. High school students are required to turn in assignments within 24 hours.
b) Virtual Learning: Lessons are delivered LIVE by the teacher at a designated scheduled time (see the following schedules); teachers will be available during the live lesson or via email for questions during typical school day hours. All virtual lessons will be recorded and posted to Seesaw or Canvas. Recordings will be posted for one week following the Virtual Learning Day. Students have three days to turn in assignments, with the day that Virtual Learning is conducted as Day 0. High school students are required to turn in assignments within 24 hours.
2) During Virtual Learning days we are asking that all students attend class during the designated time listed on the schedule. Lessons will be posted to Seesaw or Canvas shortly after the live lessons.
3) Students are asked to have their camera turned on and appropriately clothed. This means not wearing pajamas or clothing that would not be allowed when attending a traditional school day. This is considered a school day and we ask students to follow the same guidelines as if attending any East Noble school.
4) When posting this on news media outlets we have no other option but to choose “eLearning”. Please check your East Noble email, School Messenger, and social media posts to follow guidance for eLearning or Virtual Learning Days. The news media will always list it as an eLearning day by default; however, it will be considered a Virtual Learning Day after the first two weeks of school.
5) K-4 students will find their work posted on Seesaw. 5-12 students will find their work on Canvas.
6) Teachers may be contacted through emails to parents, on the class Canvas page, etc.
7) You should expect your child's work on an eLearning/Virtual Learning Day to take 4-5 hours to complete.
8) Completed eLearning/Virtual Learning Day assignments will be used to determine attendance on an eLearning Day.
9) Students should be able to complete the work on their own without assistance from a parent.