Virtual Learning Days for Future Weather Closures
The Indiana Department of Education once again approved Brebeuf’s application for their Distance Virtual Learning Program. The program provides a way for schools meeting the criteria to create a virtual learning environment to replace missed class time, avoiding the necessity for makeup days caused by severe weather cancellations.
During any future weather closures for Brebeuf Jesuit, if a Virtual Learning Day is warranted, families will receive instructions detailing how to access Portals individual class pages regarding the Virtual Learning Program expectations for that class day, as posted by each class instructor.
Virtual Learning Days ensure that when students return to school, the progression of learning has experienced only a minimal disruption.
In the event of a regular class day being cancelled, students will find the following:
- Assignment posted to Portals on their class page by 8:30 a.m. the day of class cancellation
- Title of assignment clearly indicating – “Virtual Learning Day Assignment for (date)”
- A clear deadline for completion, either that day or in the future
If you have any questions concerning Virtual Learning Days, please contact Jen LaMaster, Assistant Principal at email@example.com.