School districts in Lower Bucks are each taking their own approach to snow days. And a second day snowed in is mixing things up even more.
The Neshaminy School District is fully embracing snow days with no classes in-person or online. This goes for both Monday and Tuesday.
However, school officials say if they can’t physically open schools Wednesday, they will conduct synchronous learning online.
Pennsbury is a little less lenient. They had a snow day Monday, though called it a “grading day.” For students, there is little difference.
But Tuesday at Pennsbury is a school day. The district says everyone is working remotely, including students.
In the Council Rock School District, it seems snow days are going the way of the dodo. Students had full synchronous, remote classes Monday.
Fortunately, Tuesday is a littler easier. Students have an asynchronous day, meaning they have work to do but can do it at their own pace.
The Bensalem School District is also taking its own approach, though it is similar to Pennsbury. Students had a snow day Monday. Then Tuesday they have asynchronous work.
Bristol Township had a mixed schedule Monday. The district set virtual classes in the morning but asynchronous work in the afternoon.
But Tuesday, Bristol Township went in a different direction. They opted for a full snow day with no work at all.
Each district is monitoring conditions for how they will approach Wednesday.