Many school districts in Minnesota are shifting to virtual learning today due to cold air temperatures and wind chill. Under a bill passed in 2017, school districts can call for up to five e-learning days because of weather emergencies, but their plan for these days needs to be approved at the beginning of the school year. Districts like Farmington Area Public Schools and Red Wing Public Schools have been using e-learning days when there are weather emergencies. But Anoka-Hennepin School District doesn’t have a plan in place, so they are unable to switch to virtual learning… meaning they have to cancel school if it’s too cold for students to attend.
School Districts Using E-Learning Option For Weather Emergencies
By Ashley Hanley|2022-01-26T05:15:14-06:00January 26th, 2022|