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Brainerd schools to have e-learning day Tuesday, Feb. 22

E-learning instruction will begin two hours later than a student’s regular instructional day.

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BRAINERD — Brainerd Public Schools officials announced Tuesday, Feb. 22, will be an e-learning day because of the snowstorm.

E-learning instruction will begin two hours later than a student’s regular instructional day. For elementary students, officials stated if they do not have their device, they should work from the packet distributed at the beginning of the school year.

Fun and Friends and Pre-K Plus child care are canceled. Varsity athletes will be contacted regarding practices and competitions.

Parents and guardians received an e-learning day plan document with additional information and links in an email Monday night.

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