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HSE eLearning Resource
HSE eLearning Resource

September 21, 2021

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What is an eLearning day?
An eLearning day is an IDOE-approved instructional day that can be used to make up instructional time using technology. HSE Schools will be utilizing an eLearning day as a makeup day for inclement weather, valid school closure event, or for days earmarked for staff professional development.   An official eLearning date will be declared for attendance purposes; however, students will have a ‘window’ of dates to complete their assignments.


What does an eLearning day look like for students on an eLearning Friday?
Students will receive online instructional content provided by their teachers. These lessons will be interactive and relate to the curriculum for the specific class. On an eLearning Friday, students will not have access to their teachers as they will be involved in professional development throughout the day.  Students may email teachers and teachers can respond as they are able.  Teachers will have eLearning content posted to Canvas no later than 9:00 a.m. of an eLearning day. For grades PK-4, eLearning will be communicated in the eLearning section of the teacher’s Canvas course. For grades 5-12, eLearning will be communicated via the announcement section in Canvas.

As a general guideline, eLearning assignments/activities should take between 20-30 minutes per class/content area. At the PK-4 level where assignments/activities blend across multiple content areas, the teacher will communicate about how long the assignment/activity should take to complete.

How many eLearning days can occur?
An eLearning day will occur for the make-up of an inclement weather day, valid school closure event, or for days earmarked for staff professional development.  According to the IDOE, there is no limit on the number of eLearning days a school district can have.  HSE will strive to keep the number of consecutive eLearning Days in consideration, yet student safety will always be most important when determining school closures.

When will an eLearning assignment be due for an E-learning Friday?
For an eLearning Friday, eLearning assignments will be due by the end of the school day Monday for grades PK-4 and the next time the class meets for grades 5-12.  For our schools on block schedule that may be Monday or Tuesday.

Will the eLearning work be taken for a grade?
Teachers will have discretion to determine if an eLearning assignment will count for a grade or not. 

What if students have questions about their assignments?
On an eLearning Friday, teachers will not be available during the day; however, students may reach out to teachers via email, and teachers may respond if they are able prior to school the following Monday.
 
What if the student does not have their device at home?  What if the student does not have access to the internet?
Students may complete eLearning assignments on any device available to them and use any internet connection available to them (friend’s house, library, etc.).  Because it is known when the eLearning Fridays will occur, students should make sure to have their technology with them.

How does my student log into Canvas?
Canvas resources for students, including log in information, can be found here.

How will attendance be taken?
Attendance will be taken by students logging into Canvas on the eLearning day.
 
If you have further questions regarding the eLearning day(s), we encourage you to speak with your teachers.

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HSE Intermediate / Junior High

Hamilton Southeastern Schools

12278 N. Cyntheanne Rd., Fishers, IN 46037
School Hours: 9:15am - 4:00pm
Building Hours: 8:45am - 4:30pm
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Hamilton Southeastern Schools, as a forward-thinking school district, provides excellence in education and opportunities to ensure the success of each and every student, to become a responsible citizen and to positively influence an ever-changing world community.