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?

    1. Ask your student because each teacher has given students detailed instruction and practice accessing and using all tools & skills needed for the eDay.
    2. Check out the Student/Parent Helps here.
    3. 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.