Virtual e-learning days are an opportunity for learning to continue when students are not physically
in our schools. District 100 students have access to a wide variety of learning resources and our
staff have been trained on effectively utilizing technology to enhance learning experiences at school
and to extend learning beyond the school day. E-learning days count as student attendance days
and do not require days to be made up as emergency days at the end of the school year. While we recognize that instruction facilitated in our classrooms by our teachers is essential for our students, continuing those learning experiences at home is also a valuable component of our current
instructional program. Applying these practices on e-learning days supports the practices we already have in place in District 100.
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