Planning for Remote Learning on Snow Days
If weather conditions lead to schedule changes, we have two possible scenarios – two-hour late start with in-person learning or school buildings closed with students at home engaged in remote learning.
Remote learning plan when school buildings are closed due to inclement weather
We cannot predict or control the weather, but we can maximize our response to it. Technology provides a way to engage with students even when winter weather makes it unsafe to go to school buildings.
Families will receive communication from the district if we have a two-hour delay or are switching to remote learning.
On the first day of remote instruction due to weather, there will be a two-hour delayed start. This late start will ensure staff and students are ready to begin learning. If there are consecutive days of inclement weather, the following days will begin at the standard start time.
For more information, read the inclement weather remote instruction frequently asked questions.
What is the remote learning schedule at Coe Elementary School?
Coe families will receive email communication from classroom teachers the morning of remote learning on snow days. This email will include details of the daily schedule and steps to access Seesaw and Microsoft Teams.
Coe Snow Day Remote Learning K-5 Schedule
7:55-8:15- Remote learning set up at home (log into Seesaw / Microsoft Teams links)
8:15-8:45- Classroom Morning Meeting
8:45-9:45- English Language Arts / Science & Social Studies Integrated Learning
9:55- FIRST SNOW DAY ONLY IS A 2-HOUR DELAY
9:45-10:00- Snack / Movement Break
11:00-12:00- Select-a-Specialist (PE, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Library, Math with Mr. Taylor)
12:00-1:00- Lunch, Recess, Snow Discovery Activities
1:10- Early Dismissal (WEDNESDAY ONLY)
1:00-2:00- Select-a-Specialist (PE, Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Library, Math with Mr. Taylor)
2:00-2:25- Small Group Check-Ins, Student Supports, Snow Discovery Activities
*While all K-5 classrooms will follow this building-wide schedule, we will be flexible and responsive to the learning and developmental needs of our students in the remote setting.