Emergency eLearning Plans

  • District 2 now calls eLearning Days when closing schools due to extreme weather or other emergencies.

    Emergency eLearning Days are not “snow days.” Even though buildings are closed, there’s still “school,” as instruction will continue remotely. Attendance will be taken, and students will be engaged in live instruction for the entire five-hour school day.

    An eLearning Day counts as a regular school day, and does not require the District to use a built-in emergency day at the end of the school year.

    Parents will be notified no later than 6 a.m. if the District is closing its schools and holding an eLearning Day. (No announcement means it will be a normal school day.)

    What to do on an Emergency eLearning Day

    Emergency eLearning Days will begin an hour later than the normal school day to provide teachers planning time to adjust their instruction for eLearning.

    • Blackhawk Middle School: instruction begins at 8:50 a.m.
    • Tioga & W.A. Johnson Schools: instruction begins at 9:40 a.m.

    K-8 students should log into their Chromebooks that they already bring home daily, go to their Google Classrooms through their Classlink page, and join eLearning from the Google Meets link(s) posted there. 

    Pre-Kindergarten students were sent home with a special bag of eLearning materials prior to winter break. Parents should choose three of those activities for the pre-kindergarten student to explore, and should share their child’s eLearning work with their teacher via Seesaw.)

    More eLearning Information

Emergency eLearning Help Desk

Technology & Online Access Issues


    • Val Mrugacz, Technology Support Specialist,  630-521-2352


    • Joe West, Technology Support Specialist, 630-521-2348


    • Manny Manago, Technology Support Specialist, 630-521-2347