New Ulm Area Catholic Schools (NUACS) began its second week of e-learning on Monday, and thanks to the school’s Chromebook program, students and family are adapting to the changing environment. NUACS Assistant Development Director Tamara Klawitter said the first week of e-learning went well. Thanks to several donors, the school started the year with a Chromebook program. The first week launched with only a few minor glitches that were quickly addressed. Klawitter said with the Chromebooks students are still able to attend class, but in a virtual environment. Teachers are able to use Zoom conference software or Google Hangout to organize classes. Special applications even allow students to write on Chromebooks to answer questions from the teacher. There is no need to transfer physical papers.