Extended Learning Opportunities (ELOs) are designed to align with state Guiding Principles and Maine Learning Results to ensure academic content through experiential, project-based learning. ELOs are the epitome of asynchronous “anytime, anywhere” learning as they can act as part of in-person or remote learning models. ELOs can equally be designed for individuals or small groups and possibly allow students to earn elective credit for activities in which they are already engaged, and when appropriate, be mentored by a community partner who provides a real-world connection. ELOs involve parents from the outset and provide needed support and encouragement. Students must honor the four ELO principles: Research, Reflection, Product and Presentation.