LPS announces high school freshmen and seniors can return to full-time in person classes
Lincoln public school has announced they are offering the opportunity for all 9th grade students (and their siblings) to return full time effective Feb. 22.
LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Lincoln Public Schools has announced that after consulting with the health department, they are offering the opportunity for all 9th grade students (and their siblings) to return to full-time in person classes effective Feb. 22. High schools were sent more information and a registration form to families.
The health department also recommended that any 10th or 11th grade students who have tested positive for COVID-19 since Jan. 1, 2021 (and recovered) can safely return to full time in-person learning. This is approximately 100 students district-wide.
A quick reminder that high school seniors can also choose to come back full time to in-person learning. Seniors are advised to contact their high school if they’re interested in switching to full-time in-person.
At this time, the student groups mentioned above can also remain in the 3/2 schedule or 100% remote if they choose.