LLCS's Remote Learning Plan Info.

October 7, 2021

Dear Parents/Guardians:

We are sharing our PK-12 Remote Learning Plan with you so that you know where to find it if it is needed. It's our goal to spend every day this school year in-person, but to make sure that we are prepared for whatever comes our way, we have the details worked out ahead of time.

Please see below for photos that guide you on how to find this information on the website. It is all linked under School Closure Home Base on our website's homepage:

Much of what we have planned mirrors what we did last year. There are some slight changes, so we encourage families to take a look at the resources that are linked to familiarize yourselves with what is presented. Our teachers spent time recently reviewing the plan from last year and making slight changes. Our goal is to make any transition to remote learning as seamless as possible for our students, families, and staff. Our past experiences have taught us that there is always an adjustment but that by thinking ahead and having details ironed out that we can do our best to avoid unnecessary challenges.

If we are fully remote, meals will be available as they were last school year. We will have the same Google Form sign-up and it will be linked on the homepage. More information for sign-up and meal-options will be made available as needed.

As outlined in the 21-22 School Year Reopening Plan, remote learning will only go into effect if there is a school-wide shift to remote learning or if an individual student or group of students is ordered to quarantine by the Department of Health.

Again, this information is being sent to make sure everyone has resources and information ahead of time. It is our goal to be in-person each and every day this school year, but as Mrs. Billings says, "Proper, prior, planning prevents poor performances - always remember your P's!"

If you have any questions, please reach out to your child's teacher or to me. We appreciate your continued support and teamwork.


Ms. Noelle J. Short


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