School is out for students across our area but students at DeSales High will still be attending virtually.
Students, teachers and faculty members regularly use an online learning program that allows them to connect and continue studies.
Students will be required to log on from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day to attend class, work on projects and complete assignments.
"When it comes to something like this, it allows teachers to not just do a flipped classroom but they can get on and do a video session with the students," said Principal Anastasia Quirk. "They can have interactive lessons, collaborative peer editing. They can do all kinds of different things using our learning management systems that's already in place right now."
A student services team will be able to check on students' progress and see when they log on and off.
This team will follow up with students to make sure they are caught up and ready to go when school is back in session.
As of now, DeSales High is set to be back in session after spring break on April 6.