E-Learning Plan for Each Grade Level

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According to Section 10-20.56 of the School Code [105 ILCS 5/10-20.56],school districts may, by adopted resolution, utilize “e-learning days” in lieu of emergency days. The number of e-learning days may not exceed the number of emergency days in the approved school calendar. The district’s e-learning program must be verified by the regional office of education or intermediate
service center for the school district prior implementation. Before adoption, the school board must hold a public hearing for initial proposal or renewal of e-learning program.

A board hearing was held on July 18, 2023 to review the eLearning Plan. The plan can be found HERE.

The district is able to use e-learning days up to five times throughout the school year. In the event of building closures, Dr. Megerle will make a determination if we will employ an e-learning day or cancel school altogether and make it up at the end of the year. Her decision will be communicated to you in a timely manner.

In these instances, each grade level will follow the procedures and schedules listed here:


When an e-learning day is in effect, lunches will be available for pickup at both Euclid (711 E. Euclid) and River Trails Middle School (1000 N. Wolf). The vestibules at both schools will be open from 10 a.m. to noon.

Expectations for All Students

  • Log into Google Meet at the appropriate time
  • Mute yourself upon arrival
  • Turn on your camera
  • Raise your hand when you have a question or something to share
  • Use an inside talking voice
  • Find a quiet place to work
  • Complete assignments
  • Communicate with teachers as needed during their available office hours