Non Traditional Instruction (español)
Non Traditional Instruction is a program that encourages the continuation of academic instruction on days when school would otherwise be cancelled. NTI work will begin Monday, March 16 and will be communicated by individual teachers/schools. If you do not hear from your child’s teacher(s)/school by Tuesday, March 17, please contact the school.
We know there have been many questions about what this work would look like, and it will vary from teacher to teacher and could vary among students, depending on available technology. Should your child not have a device or internet service at home, contact your school for paper-based work. It is possible for the school to arrange delivery of instructional packets for parents who are unable to pick up from the school.
Spring Break will still be March 30 to April 3, and NTI work will not be required that week.
The 10 NTI days have been approved by the local and state boards. These 10 missed days will count as NTI days and will not have to be made up. It is important that students attend online learning and complete assignments in order to qualify. Currently, our last day of school will continue to be May 27.