LCC High School Moves To Remote Learning, Nearly 50% Of  HS Students Impacted By Isolation Or Quarantine Requirements

LAUREL – A short-term learning model for high school students at Laurel-Concord-Coleridge will begin today after LCC Schools reassessed their current health situation and district’s instructional effectiveness.

According to a release from LCC Schools, students in grades 9-12 will participate in remote learning from home for an initial period of two weeks. This remote learning will last from Monday, November 9 – Friday, November 20 with the goal to return to in-person classes on Monday, November 23 for high school students.

It has become necessary to shift teaching and learning at the High School level to a remote learning model with nearly 50% of High School students impacted by isolation or quarantine requirements.

Students at both the Elementary (PK-4) and Middle School (5-8) will continue with in-person learning during this time. Limited numbers of students at these grade levels and school buildings are currently impacted by the COVID-19 virus and resulting quarantine or isolation requirements.

More information on the remote learning at LCC Schools can be found by visiting the lccschool.org website.

The current remote learning status at Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Schools remains fluid and school and public health officials will continue to monitor the situation and will communicate updated information with families.

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