LHS Update - special edition #4

April 10, 2020

Moving ahead with Remote Learning

You have most likely heard the news that Governor Dunleavy has closed school for remainder of the school year. We will continue remote learning up until May 19th.


Dr. Gaborik sent out information about the grading policy which can be found here: Update from your District Leadership.


I encourage you to read the FAQ for Parents. which has updated details regarding grading.


While school is closed we still want to provide opportunities for students to connect with their teachers and peers and engage their minds. All students have the opportunity to improve their grades. If grades are where they want them - we encourage students to continue connecting with their teachers and classmates in whichever ways work best for them. There are opportunities to continue to practice and grow skills. Bottom line: learning is learning. This is a great opportunity to help your high school student understand that. Don't hesitate to reach out to me, to teachers, counselors, or any school staff to help you navigate the coming weeks.

All lockers (including PE/sports) have been emptied and are ready for families to pick up from the school. Come Tuesdays or Wednesdays from 10am-2pm to retrieve these items. No need to call or sign up in advance - just come to main office door and we will assist you. Families can start returning school items on Tuesdays/Wednesdays (books that are not needed, sports gear/uniforms, cameras, etc...)

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Still need a Chromebook or paper-based materials?

If your student needs to borrow a Chromebook or to START receiving paper-based assignments, please use this Materials Request Form.


Materials can be picked up every Tuesday and Wednesday between 10am and 2pm. On these days you will see a table outside our front office doors - come to the table and we will get you what you need.


*** If you picked up paper assignments this week or last - they will be automatically generated for you weekly. No need to sign up again. We have bins to drop off completed assignments when you arrive to pick up your new packet each week. We appreciate you returning the folder if possible.

Military Families

Due to the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic, OSD has approved the use of remote counseling for the MFLC program while they are away from the Schools. These services include telephonic and video non-medical counseling in areas where face-to-face support is restricted due to COVID-19. Parents! Please call the MFLCs cell phones directly and the MFLC will schedule a call with you for virtual face to face .


Tanana MS, Lathrop HS, North Pole HS 907-482-0327 Camielle Call,

Ladd Elementary 907 370 3328 Patricia Garrett,

Arctic Light ES 907 370-3315 Deborah Stephenson,

North Pole HS, North Pole MS 907-370-3902 Cara Bauer,

Ticasuk Brown ES, Hunter ES, North Pole MS 907-370-3964 Sharen Dodd


Support for Adults:

· Video non-medical counseling


Support for Children and Youth:

· Individual video non-medical counseling sessions for minors age 13 to 18 (parent or guardian must be available at the start of each video session to give parental consent and provide line of sight requirements)

· Family video non-medical counseling for minors 6 to 12 years of age (parent or guardian must attend each session)

Students can use this guide to help plan their week of remote learning

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Connect with your teachers

Students should be checking their school email account regularly for communication from their teachers. Students and parents can also access information for each teacher's remote learning instruction on our school website under the academics tab.
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Is your student having problems accessing their Gmail account?

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Food for Students

The district has breakfast and lunch opportunities available for ANY student. There are multiple locations to access food. *Students will not enter buildings; food will be pick up only (school buses being used for delivery).


See link for times, locations, and other details.


Info on food for students

Lathrop High School

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