The Southeast Interactive Long Distance Learning consortium (SILDL) is a unique cooperative distance learning project involving rural K-12 school districts and Mount Marty College all located in Eastern South Dakota.

Consortium’s Mission

The mission of the Southeast Interactive Long Distance Learning project is to work collaboratively with schools, health organizations and communities to improve learning opportunities in rural southeast South Dakota communities.

The Consortium involves twenty-four school districts in Eastern South Dakota. The districts are: Alcester-Hudson, Arlington, Avon, Britton-Hecla, Castlewood, Centerville, Clark, Deubrook, Deuel, Estelline, Florence, Gayville-Volin, Grant-Deuel, Hamlin, Henry, Irene-Wakonda, Lake Preston, Parkston, Rosholt, Sioux Valley, Summit, Tea Area, Viborg-Hurley, Waubay and Willow Lake.

Information for participating schools, including class times and class list: SILDL Website