Lincoln parents react to news of in-person classes this fall
Parents say they are ready to get their kids back on track.
After months of the unknown, Lincoln Public Schools told parents and kids, they have every intention of getting students back in the classroom come August.
“When we heard, we were excited! Our kids are ready too,” LPS parent, Beth Oldfield said.
The Oldfield family has two boys in high school for the 2020–2021 school year.
They said getting their kids back to a sense of normalcy is important.
“They are ready to get back to building those bonds and socializing,” Beth said.
With things constantly changing, LPS will be monitoring the Lancaster County COVID–19 risk dial to ensure students and teachers safety.
The Oldfield’s said they appreciate the school district keeping an eye on things.
Overall, they are ready to have their boys back in school, getting smarter and connecting with their peers.