Below are our policies regarding e-learning days as stated in our family handbook:
Unplanned E-Learning is defined as learning that happens online, at home, during the event of an unexpected school closure due to weather or other circumstances. Teachers will have assignments posted by 9:00 a.m. of the e-learning day on Google Classroom or SeeSaw. Teachers will announce when assignments are posted via Class Dojo and FastDirect. Teachers will be available to answer questions from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. of the e-learning day. All e-learning assignments are due 2 days after the day assigned. Example: If e-learning is Tuesday, the work is due on Thursday morning. In the event that e-learning assignments are not completed on time, students will be required to stay for Homework Hall to complete their work.
The maximum number of consecutive e-learning days will be 3. If school is closed for weather related reasons for more than 3 days, LSUS will use make-up days or add days to the end of the school year.
If there is a planned e-learning day, teachers may send work home ahead of time or post assignments by 9:00 a.m. Any planned e-learning day, the work is due the next school day.