The first Student Digital Day of the 2020-21 school year is Friday, September 18, 2020. Students will not attend school onsite this day. Instead, they will complete virtual assignments from home. Attendance will be counted based on completion of assignments. Teachers will be onsite during Student Digital Days and will communicate specific participation expectations with students.
Why are student digital days part of the school calendar this year? In the event we have to move from onsite learning to virtual learning, student digital days will serve as a training tool for students, educators, and parents. Parents and students will be able to get a glimpse of what digital delivery should look like. Another purpose of these days is continued teacher learning. Our educators will continue to learn and practice features of the Learning Management Systems (Seesaw and Canvas), as well as blended and digital management techniques.