eDay at BWF
What is an eDay? An eDay is a day in which students receive their classroom instruction electronically. eDay lessons are valuable instruction linked to grade level standards and in-class learning. eDays provide our students with the following benefits:
- Practice with online learning, developing effective and creative ways to promote instruction beyond the classroom walls.
- Preparation and practice in the event an eDay is called due to emergency circumstances.
How do we ensure a successful eDay?
- All students go through Classlink to access Grade Level eDay pages.
- Students have prior in-class & at-home practice with all Tools & Skills used in eDay Lessons.
- Brief instruction to access eDay is located off each Grade level Webpage. Example Below:
- Specials & PE eDay Lessons are clearly linked on their webpage.
What if your student has trouble accessing an eDay?
- Ask your student because each teacher has given students detailed instruction and practice accessing and using all tools & skills needed for the eDay.
- Check out the Student/Parent Helps here.
- Contact your child's classroom teacher.
If I have trouble with technology at my house where can I go?
Approximately 96% of our students have access to the Internet at home. In addition, the Emmet O’Neal Library provides computer access for students until 9:00 PM on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, until 6:00 PM on Wednesday, and until 5:00 PM on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. However, if Internet accessibility is a concern for any Mountain Brook student, parents should contact the student’s teacher for other arrangements.