We began the 2020-21 School Year in a Hybrid Learning Model
The Hybrid Learning model is a combination of in-person and distance learning. This model allows each K-12 student to attend school in-person two days a week while following health guidelines like wearing face coverings and social distancing. Students learn from home on the three days when they are not in school. Building and bus capacity is limited to no more than 50 percent to help keep health guidelines. The Hybrid Learning model also provides an option for students to participate in full-time Distance Learning through LinK12 Lakeville (grades K-8) or through the high schools (grades 9-12).
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Lakeville Area Schools has prepared a comprehensive Safe Learning Plan for the Hybrid Model. You can read the entire plan by clicking this link or the picture to the right. This document covers a number of major topics, including how students will learning at the Elementary, Middle and High School level, PreK programs, child care, meals, transportation and student devices. Click the icons below for a summary of some of these topics.