The LP High School Board of Education Tuesday night approved Superintendent Dr. Steve Wrobleski's outlined a draft plan of the school’s reopening.
Wrobleski's plan is designed to help protect the health of students, faculty and staff as the pandemic continues to be an issue.
For at least the first quarter, students will be separated into one of two attendance groups based on their last names. Each attendance group will attend LP in person on different days. Students with the last names A through Limberg will be in school on so-called Red Days – Mondays and Wednesdays. Last names Link through Z will attend school in person on Green Days – Tuesdays and Thursdays. All students will take part in remote learning on Fridays, also known as Cavs Days.
All classes will take place mornings only, from 7:45 to just after Noon. Each class will be 33 minutes, allowing for seven classes per morning.
All freshmen – Red and Green – will start school on August 18th. August 19th is the first Red Day, and the first Green Day is August 20th. The first Cavs Day is August 21. Students will have their temperatures taken on arrival. Everyone will maintain six feet of social distance. And masks will be required of students, faculty and staff.
Wrobleski notes that these plans could change at any time under the circumstances.