Delays, Closures, Remote Days
In the event of an unplanned delay, closure, or remote learning day, the District will make every effort to contact parents with as much advanced notice as possible. Please be sure to update your contact information within the Infinite Campus Parent Portal to ensure receipt of these and other urgent messages. For assistance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Communicating Delays, Closures, & Remote DaysThe District utilizes the following avenues of communication to notify families of unplanned delays, closures and remote learning days:
- Infinite Campus Notification System
- District Website
- District Social Media Platforms
- Local News TV Stations and Websites
- Constant Contact email
Remote Learning Day ProceduresIn the event of a school closure, the District will shift to remote learning via Google Classroom (K-8) and Schoology (9-12), following these guidelines:
- On remote learning days, students must submit their attendance in Infinite Campus between 7:00 and 11:00 am or they will be marked absent. For instructions, click here.
- If it is appropriate and safe for teachers to come to school, it is preferred that they do so. If it is unsafe, they may teach from home.
- Students, teachers, and paraprofessionals should follow their schedules synchronously, checking in to each class at the appropriate times, and then working independently on school work as assigned by each teacher.
When Parkway is open and CV is closed, in most cases students will still attend Parkway. Buses will pick students up as usual and then return them to their bus stops after Parkway in order for them to complete their day remotely.
If there is a 2-hour delay, schools will operate on a typical in-person 2-hour delay schedule.
- If a 2-hour delay is called and later becomes a full-day closure, students should complete assignments asynchronously to allow teachers ample time to safely travel to school. The District will be mindful of this and will make every attempt to call either a 2-hour delay OR a closure. Asynchronous learning means students and teachers do not follow the typical daily schedule but rather complete assignments independently at their own pace.