DCSD eLearning

**This website will continue to be updated during
COVID-19 school closure**

What is DCSD eLearning?

Valuing instructional time, eLearning allows Darlington County School District to extend learning into the home and keep everyone safe during inclement weather or medical outbreak. The goal is to keep students learning, even when face to face options are unavailable. An eLearning day is designed to provide assignments that are very similar to what’s received in a normal school day.

In addition to avoiding breaks in the learning process, the use of eLearning days is less disruptive for families’ schedules since there are no make-up days to be implemented. Virtual eLearning Days allow students to minimize the interruptions caused extended school closure and continue to make educational progress.

Students will have regular assigned classwork on eLearning Days, and their teachers will be available electronically. Students will be required to complete and submit all assignments as well as communicate with their teachers during the virtual eLearning days.

Teachers will be expected to make contact with students, track virtual attendance and be available to students during virtual office hours.

eLearning Teacher Office Hours

Elementary Teachers: 9-10:30 am AND 1:30-3:00 pm

Middle and High: 10:30 am - 12 pm AND 3:00-4:30 pm


Student eLearning Lessons

PK-2 - PK-2 students will bring home an activity choice packet. Your student will need guidance from the home to complete the activities. Student devices can be checked out for eLearning due to an extended school closure.

Elementary 3-5 - Students will have 50 minute lessons from each subject: ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies.

Middle Students will have one-hour lessons from their core teachers (ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies).

High - Each teacher will post a one hour lesson, per day, for each class they teach.