Bishop Donahue High School held  its first “Cyber Day” on Monday, January 27.  The B.D.H.S. “Cyber Day” program is modeled on the work of other schools around the U.S. (Ohio schools, Pittsburgh schools, and Kansas City schools)  and allows students to work online from home and keep up-to-date with their school work.  With nine school days already cancelled in Marshall County, and more likely to follow, we are attempting to proactively keep our students academically engaged on snow days . 

 On designated “Cyber Days”, B.D.H.S. staff members will email students their class assignment by 10:00 a.m.  Staff  members will be available to answer student questions, by email, from noon to 2:00 p.m.  Students should complete all assignments and return them to their teachers, via email, by 6:00 p.m.  To be counted as present for the day,  assignments must be emailed to our staff.   Assignments will be graded and will count as a third quarter grade.  

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