Superintendent Boyd formed task forces back on May 26 in an effort to develop scenario plans for three back-to-school options - full, in person; hybrid; and full remote learning. Chief Schools Officer Dr. Linus Guillory and Chief Academic Officer Robin Desmond immediately coordinated with principals to bring teachers, parents, school-based administrators, and Central Office staff together to begin Phase 1 of this important work. Dr. Boyd officially launched the Return to School Task Force on June 2.
The Phase 1 framework for our three scenarios was completed by early July. Concurrently, LPS conducted a two-part survey of parents to ascertain their preferences and concerns about returning to school in the fall, as well as to reflect on the learning during our emergency closure in Spring 2020. Based on how the families responded, and what the Phase 1 subgroups recommended for further study, we entered Phase 2 planning with 14 district-based subgroups and a planning group for every individual school (with LHS having more than one subgroup based on the size of the school). All staff and School Site Council parents who responded to the invitation to participate were placed on a subgroup which was one of their top three choices.
Phase 1 Reports
- In-Person Scenario
- Hybrid Scenario
- Full Remote Scenario
- Comparison of all 3 scenarios
Phase 2 Reports