SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO)- The district school buildings will remain closed this coming week, but starting on Tuesday, the district will begin its remote learning initiative.
Students will be contacted by their individual teachers on Monday about those specific plans. Much of the remote learning will be delivered using technology.
“We’ll have some teachers this week that have some expectations, and a lot of those expectations will be driven electronically. So that’ll be a methodology that our teachers use that they don’t ordinarily use every day,” Brian Maher said.
Coming up Saturday on KELOLAND Weekend News at 10 p.m., KELOLAND will show you how the district is working to ensure that all students will be able to access the needed materials to learn remotely.
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