LCHS — Students return to school March 16th
Dear LCHS Parents & Caregivers,
Thank-you for your understanding and patience as we work through our response to Thursday’s walkout. We are still grappling with its ramifications. We will continue to listen, learn, and grow as a result. Our number one concern is the emotional and physical safety of everyone in our building. As we return in person learning, starting tomorrow, we want to reiterate how will we hold students accountable for any disruptions to our school day. Below is the plan we outlined in our communication yesterday.
Given the disruption to teaching and learning that occurred on Thursday, we must get back to operating a calm, organized, focused learning environment. If a student is not where they are scheduled to be at any point during the day, they will be sent home.
No form of disrespect toward staff or students will be tolerated. Students who demonstrate words or actions that jeopardize the emotional or physical safety of a community member will be sent home.
Staff will uphold our standard school expectations and current policies. There will be opportunities in the future to engage in conversations about our current policies. For now, our goal is to have two safe and productive days of learning before going into spring break.
If you need to enter the building, you will need to call our front office staff at 719.486.6950. Visitors will be allowed to enter after an initial conversation.
We look forward to having all students back in the building tomorrow and Thursday. We will be getting back to our normal schedule, while also continuing the important conversations that were prompted by the walkout. Please reach out with your questions or concerns.
Erin Dillon, Lisa Berman, and Scott Carroll
LCHS Admin Team