NOTE: During the current school closure (March 16th - March 27th), Columbia Heights Public Schools teachers and staff are preparing for distance learning. E-learning is not currently in affect. (posted 3-16-2020)
Columbia Heights Public Schools (CHPS) is excited to implement e-learning days to facilitate student learning during inclement weather. In the event of inclement weather, CHPS may call an e-learning day. Instead of learning at school, students will learn and complete assignments from home.
E-learning days will be determined by the Superintendent on a case-by-case basis. E-learning days will be announced with an automated phone call, posted on the District website and social media.
Students will receive information about the required assignments for e-learning days from their teachers. In order to be counted as “present” for an e-learning day, students must complete the required assignments and submit them when school resumes. While these days cannot replace the face-to-face time students have with their teachers, they can provide continued learning when school is cancelled.
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CLICK HERE for E-learning assignments by grade.
Students should use the E-Learning Action Plans provided by their teachers.
Students can receive support from their teachers through online platforms (Seesaw, Schoology, Google), or by contacting their teachers via phone or email.
In order to be counted as “present” for an e-learning day, students must complete the required assignments and submit them when school resumes.
Special Education students, as required under Minnesota Statute, will have assignments designed to meet the needs of their IEP/504 plan.