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Virtual Days: December 17 & 18
Virtual Days: December 17 & 18
Westwood Regional Schools
Wednesday, December 16, 2020

As referenced in the November Cardinal Connection, this school year, we will transition to full remote in the event of inclement weather whenever we have ample opportunity to notify staff and families the day prior so that they may prepare accordingly. Therefore, in light of the significant snowfall expected for our area, we will transition to remote learning on Thursday, December 17 and Friday, December 18. Thursday will balance learning with a traditional snow day with a half day of virtual instruction in the morning followed by no classes or homework in the afternoon so our students/staff can take care of the snow removal and snowman building responsibilities as required at home. On Friday, we will resume our typical virtual instructional experience. The following schedule outlines the expectations for each day.

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17 (HALF DAY)

  • Elementary

    • AM: 9:00 - 12:50

    • PM: No afternoon classes (No homework)

  • Middle

    • AM: 8:15 - 12:36 (WIN, B day, periods 7-3)

    • PM: No afternoon classes (No homework)

  • High School

    • AM: 7:55-12:11 (Periods 7,8,9,6)

    • PM: No afternoon classes (No homework)

  • Preschool

    • AM: 8:50 - 12:05

    • PM: No afternoon classes (No homework)

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18 (REGULAR VIRTUAL DAY)

  • Elementary

    • AM: 9:00 - 12:50

    • PM: 1:50 - 3:20 (Typical Remote Friday)

  • Middle

    • AM: 8:15 - 12:36 (WIN, A day, periods 1-5)

    • PM: 1:45 - 3:04 (periods 6 & 7)

  • High School

    • AM: 7:55-12:11 (Periods 3,4,1,2)

    • PM: 1:20-2:34 (Science Labs Periods 8,9)

  • Preschool

    • AM:  8:50 - 12:05

    • PM: Connect - Asynchronous activities

Each school and teacher will send out any additional details to our families prior to Thursday as needed. As our first experience into the “virtual snow day” arena in the era of COVID, we ask for everyone’s patience and flexibility.