Spring Semester Back To School

January 11, 2021

Spring Semester 2021 Student Class Schedule

Parents & Students,

Spring Semester class schedules will be available for viewing on TODAY after 4PM on Homelink. Schedules will also be emailed to students and parents. Please note: AGHS will be following the Distance Learning Bell Schedule until students return to in person learning.

Students will receive an email from each teacher inviting them to their Spring Semester Google Classroom. The invite email may not be sent to students until Monday morning due to sync issues with our online programs. Students will click the Join Code to add the class.

Spring semester classes resume on January 11, 2021 at 8:00AM. Zero period will begin at 6:50AM for students enrolled in an early class.

Textbooks for Spring Semester classes will be available for pick up/exchange. More information to follow next week.

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Need a Schedule Change?

Click here to email your counselor. Change requests are not automatically granted. Please indicate the reason for your request when emailing. Thank you!

Fall Semester Report Cards

Parents & Students, Fall Semester 2020 grades are available on Homelink. Paper report cards were mailed home to parents last week.

LMUSD Safe School Reopening Plan

This plan is subject to updates. The last update to the reopening plan was 11/6/20.

A Message from Paul Fawcett, LMUSD Superintendent

Dear Parents/Guardians:

I hope this email finds you and your family safe. As you may recall, on November 17, the decision was made to affix the reopening of our schools for in-person learning to the county’s status remaining in the Red Tier for two weeks. In order to advance back into the Red Tier, the county must meet the Red Tier metrics for two consecutive weeks, which means we must meet the requirements for a total of twenty-eight days. Today (Monday) is twenty-eight days from January 11, 2021 and it is greatly disappointing that based on today’s numbers, we will not be able to reopen to hybrid in-person learning on January 11, 2021. Phase 1 and Phase 2 special education programs and learning pods remain unaffected by this.

Our goal remains the same, to return students to in-person learning in the safest manner possible. In addition to providing the best distance learning experience possible, our staff has been working tirelessly to be ready to return to in-person learning. Classrooms and campuses have been physically restructured, staffing adjustments have been made, bipolar ionization systems have been installed in HVAC units, and procedures have been finalized in preparation for a quick turnaround when opportunity arises. When the rates begin to improve, we will communicate new dates with as much advance notice as possible.

In addition to the recent regional stay-at-home order that does not change the current guidance for schools, the governor’s administration, the State Board of Education and other state entities have released resources, FAQs and additional guidance with more expected to be released later in the week. See below:

Thank you for your continued patience and support.