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Virtual Student Instructional Days
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Virtual Student Instructional Days

Under Indiana law, schools are required to have 180 days of student instruction.  That requirement can be met in one of 3 ways:

FTCSC will comply in the following ways:

Asynchronous Learning

(September 2nd and February 17th)

The planned professional development days that have been included in the Student Calendar for several years will be Asynchronous Learning. The FTCSC Asynchronous Instructional Plan includes guidelines and ideas and further defines the model for our staff, students, and parents. Recently passed legislation prohibits schools from conducting more than three Virtual Student Instructional Days that consist of more than 50% Asynchronous Learning.

Synchronous Learning

Teacher Directed

Any inclement weather day or an unplanned cancellation of school will be Synchronous Learning. The FTCSC Synchronous Instructional Plan includes guidelines and ideas and further defines the model for our staff, students, and parents.

What does Asynchronous Learning and Synchronous Learning Mean?

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