YORK COUNTY, S.C.
Even if make-up days are needed in 2019-’20, Rock Hill and Clover students may not have to be in the classroom.
Both school districts have been selected to participate in the South Carolina Education Oversight Committee eLearning days pilot program.
In the event of a school closing due to inclement weather, students can access assignments via laptops or other devices, eliminating the need to bring students in for a make-up day, a release from the Rock Hill school district states.
“The project will help parents/guardians, who will be able to plan summer activities without having to consider some makeup days,” according to the Rock Hill school district.