LPS developing remote learning program for next year

The district-wide program will be open to students in grades 3-12. 
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LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Lincoln Public Schools is working to develop a one-year remote learning program for the upcoming school year.

LPS announced the news Friday in a letter to families, citing the “many variables and uncertainties surrounding COVID-19 and vaccine availability for students.”

The district-wide program will be open to students in grades 3-12.

LPS says the program will “look different” than the remote learning that occurred this year, with teachers dedicated to students learning from home.

Families will be asked to commit to at least on semester if they sign up for the program.

LPS says it will send more details and a link to the registration form to families on Jan. 20.

 

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