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District 203 calls third e-learning day in three weeks for Tuesday, Jan. 23

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Jake Pfeiffer
Snow piles up outside of Naperville Central on Jan. 15th. An e-learning day was called for the next day due to severe wind chills, and one week later due to icy road conditions.

District 203 called an e-learning day for Tuesday, Jan. 23 due to icy roads that made traveling to and from school difficult.

This is the third e-learning day called by the district in three weeks, with the previous two being called on Jan. 12 due to severe winter weather conditions and Jan. 16 due to severe wind chills.

The District notified parents and students of the closings via email, phone calls and social media early in the morning on Jan. 23.

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.. 

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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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