Carlisle School District tried out it’s first “e-day” on Monday, with students and teachers holding classes at home.
Teachers provided assignments for students online and the kids did the work from their homes on school-provided laptops.
Students without internet access are given three days to complete the work.
Teachers also provide “office hours” so students can email in questions.
“Personally I liked it because we were able to work at our own pace which is nice,” said Laura Ferriman, a senior at Carlisle. “I completed some work yesterday and I’m doing some work today.”
This is the first e-day for the district. School officials will now gather feedback from students and parents before utilizing e-days in the future.