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E-Learning Days at MVHS

This year, we will be having E-Learning days instead of canceling school when there is severe weather. This approach provides the opportunity to have instruction continue in a way that models for students that learning can happen anywhere and anytime. It also helps students further develop the technical and organizational skills necessary to work independently.

An E-Learning Day is 5 hours in length and teachers will be assigning work that collectively should not extend beyond this time frame.

Examples of the type of work include:

  • A continuation of the class curriculum;
  • Time to continue working on a project or an other long-term assignment; or
  • An assignment that has value and is relevant to the course regardless of the current unit of study.

How will I know there is an E-Learning Day? The district will announce an E-Learning day in advance of a typical weather (cold or snow) cancellation. In that email will be a link for all students to record their attendance. Students should then review the work assigned to them.

How will I know what I am supposed to do during the E-Learning Day? Individual teachers will post or share work on an E-Learning day. Students who encounter difficulty may contact their teacher. Teachers will check e-mail periodically throughout the day. Students will not be required to submit any assignment until the next face-to-face meeting of the class.

Teachers will send out communication of assignments via email or Google Classroom.

How will attendance be taken? Parents will receive a separate email in the morning with a custom link to complete their child’s attendance. You must use the link to report your child as participating in today’s e-learning day. If you are unable to access the link, you can call your school’s attendance line. Students without Internet access can call the school attendance line.

How will the e-learning day impact after-school activities? After-school activities will be treated the same as if school were closed. High school activities will be determined depending on the weather and road conditions. Schools will communicate about after-school activities directly with parents.

For additional information, visit the District 204 E-Learning Page.

eLearning Wellness Info



  • We know that this time can be confusing and unsettling. In addition to coursework, take this time to focus on their mental and physical well-being .
  • As much as possible, stick to a routine during the day, including a healthy sleeping and eating schedule.
  • Stay informed from credible sources and avoid oversaturating with news and updates.
  • Look for ways to still stay connceted socially by phone or video calling; even though this is a time of social distancing, social interactions are important to our mental health and development.
  • Stay active, such as running, walking or biking outside for following along with yoga or carido workouts on YouTube.
  • If you are struggling during this time and would benefit from talking to a trusted adult, contact your guidance counselor or social worker
  • For more information and other tips, please refer to this eLearning Resources for Well-Being



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