Schools on Two-Hour Delay Wednesday As Staff Prepares Remote Learning for Possible School Closures

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Darien schools will open two hours late on Wednesday to give teachers more time to prepare the district’s “eLearning” remote education program in case the COVID-19 coronavirus closes schools, parents were told in a 9:40 p.m., Monday email.

“The staff has been working passionately and creatively to prepare remote learning experiences for our students and they be will appreciative of this small amount of time to assist them complete their work together,” school’s Superintendent Alan Addley said in the email.

“Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we navigate these unusual times together,” he wrote.

Full Text of the Announcement

Here’s the full text of schools Superintendent Alan Addley’s email:

Good Evening Parents and Guardians:

As previously communicated, for the past two weeks the staff has been working diligently to prepare eLearning experiences for students in the event of school closures due to the Coronavirus.

Please be advised that the district will be having a two-hour delayed opening on Wednesday, March 11 to provide the staff with a wee bit of dedicated professional learning time and a chance to finalize and share plans and preparations for eLearning.

The district will follow the published two-hour delayed opening schedule. Please note Wednesday’s start times for each school:

—Darien High School — 9:40 a.m.
—Middlesex Middle School — 9:55 a.m.
—Tokeneke/Hindley/Royle — 10:25 a.m.
—Ox Ridge/Holmes — 11 a.m.
—Early Learning Program — 10:40 a.m. and 11:40 a.m.

The staff has been working passionately and creatively to prepare remote learning experiences for our students and they be will appreciative of this small amount of time to assist them complete their work together.

Thank you for your understanding and flexibility as we navigate these unusual times together.

Sincerely,

Alan Addley

Alan Addley, Ed.D.                                                                                                                         Superintendent of Schools                                                                                                           Darien Public Schools

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