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January 22, 2019 eLearning Day

Landis Elementary School

January 22, 2019 eLearning Day
Rowan-Salisbury Schools

On January 14, 2019, the Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education approved eLearning Make-Up Days due to inclement weather.

In December 2018, students missed three (3) days of school due to inclement weather. Two (2) of these days were waived.   

We will be piloting our first eLearning Make-Up Day on Tuesday, January 22nd. Students will be learning from home on this day and will be required to complete assignments given to them by their teachers. 

A letter will be sent home with information about the assignments and teachers will discuss the eLearning Day assignments with their students.  Your principal will be following up with additional information, and you can also  download the documents below.

This eLearning Day does not apply to our Rowan County Early College.

If you have questions about this day, please contact your child’s school or look at the provided "Questions and Answers" on the eLearning Day document, which are posted below.

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Landis Elementary

2019-20 Calendar Icon

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