Return to Learn FAQs
Q: Will LCSD students be required to wear uniforms during the 2020-2021 school year?
Q: Will students with 504/IEPs who have medical conditions be allowed to learn on a blended learning model?
Q: Will attendance policies change next year?
Q: Do students have to wear masks?
Q: Will the schools provide masks for students?
Q: Will the bus routes run as normal?
Q: Will all students be screened when they enter the building?
Q: What happens when a student leaves school with a temperature?
Q: If a student or teacher is diagnosed with COVID-19 will the public be informed?
Q: What is considered close contact with a COVID-19 infected person?
A: The general rule of thumb is to be within 6 ft, with no mask, and for 15 minutes. There are always other variables that may be considered by the medical professional and administration at each campus.
Q: If my student is sent home sick for an extended period of time will he/she be allowed to make up work?
Q: Will there be Open Houses?
Q: How will students get school supplies to school?
Q: Can students bring lunch boxes or backpacks?
Q: Can parents enter the schools and visit the classrooms?
Q: If my child decides to homeschool this year and returns to LCSD in the future, will he/she be required to take and pass the state tests to graduate?
Q: How will closures be determined should a student or staff member test positive for COVID?
Q: Will each school’s routine & procedures be the same?
Q: Can students bring water bottles to school?
Q: Will all LCSD students have access to a digital device?
Q: If a student loses his/her mask and gets to school, what happens?
Q: Did the LCSD consider student and employee safety when designing the Return to Learn plan?
Q: How will a student’s classification as “traditional” or “hybrid” affect district funding?
Q: Can students participating in the Blended Schedule participate in school-sponsored extracurricular activities (band, athletics, etc.)?