Timberlane district blizzard bag plan in place
Assistant Superintendent Roxanne Wilson said the district is working on the final process of making the program a reality.
“The audience for that is really the parents, but we are also putting together information for the teachers,” said Wilson. “We will have two training dates in January to work with the elementary, middle and high school teachers.”
Teachers will also be available to students via email during the snow days.
Wilson said it is likely that the first blizzard bag day won’t be called until after the high school begins its next term on Jan. 27. She said this will give the district time to get everyone up to speed.
The district is also looking at contingency plans to make sure students can complete lessons even if there is a power or Internet outage during the storm.
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