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Last week, Superintendent Somers sent an email which addressed snow days. It said:
Snow days will not be used as distance learning days. We are currently meeting state required instructional minutes at both our elementary and secondary levels. Therefore, we have determined that it is not essential for D38 to implement a distance learning expectation for elementary or secondary level students if we have to call a snow day. If we need additional instructional minutes as the year progresses, we will communicate a revised plan to make up these minutes.
Also, if you want info on how snow days/delays are called you may access information via our website under the snowflake link on the right navigation bar (https://www.lewispalmer.org/Page/4174)
Information regarding weather related issues/closures/delays will be sent in an email to all families. A text will be sent to individuals who have signed up for a text. The website, the Lewis-Palmer SD #38 mobile app, and social media will also have this information.
If you want to sign up for texts, you may do so via IC or the link at lewispalmer.org/Page/4174.
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