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District 203 calls second consecutive e-learning day for Tuesday, Jan. 16

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Jake Pfeiffer
Snow piles up in front of Central on Jan. 15, after 6.5 inches of snow fell on Jan. 12 and 13. An e-learning day was called on Jan. 12 due to the snow, and on Jan. 16 due to an ensuing cold front.

District 203 called an e-learning day for Tuesday, Jan. 16 due to severe wind chills forecasted in Naperville and surrounding areas.

This is the second consecutive e-learning day called by the district, with the previous being called on Jan. 12 due to severe winter weather conditions. Students will be out of the classroom for five consecutive days as a result of the two e-learning days and a day off for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 15.

The National Weather Service has placed Naperville under a Wind Chill Warning until noon on Tuesday, with the possibility of wind chills reaching 25 to 40 degrees below zero Fahrenheit.

The District notified parents and students of the closings via email, phone calls and social media Monday afternoon.

During the asynchronous instruction period, teachers will be available to answer students’ questions from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.. All lesson plans must be posted by 9 a.m.. 

As of the publishing of this story, no decision has been made regarding after-school activities on Tuesday.

This is a breaking news story, and will be updated as more information becomes available.

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Jay Deegan
Jay Deegan, Print Managing Editor
Jay Deegan is a Junior at Central and happy to start his third year of journalistic adventures at the Central Times. Jay loves writing features and diving in-depth into issues that plague our community. In his free time Jay runs a freelance videography and photography business and loves to creatively express his interests in sports and filmmaking. If you’d like to join CT or have a tip, reach out!
Jake Pfeiffer
Jake Pfeiffer, Editor-in-Chief
Jake Pfeiffer is a senior, entering his third year on the Central Times staff, this time as Editor-in-Chief. Jake joined CT as a sophomore because he wanted to write news, but since then he has grown to love just about every element of journalism. While it is rare to see Jake anywhere other than the CT office, occasionally you can find him captaining Central’s debate team, watching baseball, listening to a seemingly endless amount of podcasts or drowning in college applications.
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