Monday, Jan. 24 – eLearning Day

Monday, Jan. 24 - eLearning Day

Due to the threat of black ice on roads, sidewalks, and parking lots, tomorrow,  Monday, January 24, 2022, will be an e-learning day for all schools and offices. Again, due to the threat of icy roads, sidewalks, and parking lots, including black ice, all schools and offices will be virtual on Monday, January 24, 2022.  There are many shaded areas that are still snow-covered and other areas that are melted, but not dry.  With the expected low temperatures this evening, these areas will refreeze and cause a dangerous situation on Monday.  Our crews have worked at schools this weekend, but parking lots and sidewalks are still wet or snow-covered.  As this refreezes overnight, this will cause dangerous conditions for students and staff.

Most employees will work remotely, but some employees need to report to their work location rather than remain virtual.  Their supervisor will provide more directions for the employees who need to report.

After careful consideration and an abundance of caution, the district has decided to switch to a virtual learning day for all students and staff tomorrow, Monday, January 24, 2022. Please look for more information from your child’s school and individual teacher for what this means for your student.  For all after-school and extracurricular activities, most are canceled but your team coach or activity sponsor will be in contact if your team or group is having practice, a game or a meeting.

We will have the COVID testing site at Lancaster High Multipurpose building on Monday, January 24, 2022, from 12:00 – 4:00.

 

We understand that with this type of weather, there is the potential for loss of power and internet service, which would impact the ability to access virtual learning. If you should have a power or internet outage, please know that we will work with your student to address missed assignments. Above all else, please take all precautions to remain safe during this weather event.

 

Please check our website and your student’s google classroom and school email for more information.  Again, your student should refer to their google classroom and school email account.