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 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.