This from the Loveland City School District in Tiger Talk today
LOVELAND, OH (September 17, 2020) – Breaking News from LCSD in today’s edition of Tiger Talk. Here is the full text of the statement released by Loveland Schools this afternoon:
Evaluating the Move to 5-day a Week Instruction
The District committed to formally evaluating returning to five-day a week in-person learning for PreK-6 during the week of September 7 and for grades 7-12 during the week of September 28. Decisions to change the schedule will be based upon several factors:
Current state, regional, and local Covid-19 data from Boards of Health
Necessary time to provide for student and staff scheduling changes
Ability to appropriately staff in person learning
Necessary time to reroute transportation, prepare food service, provide appropriate furniture or adaptations
Family, student, and staff perception of the current model and changing models
We plan to publish the perception survey data from students, families and staff on our website tomorrow, September 18, 2020. We will provide the full evaluation to the Board of Education at their regularly scheduled meeting next Tuesday, September 22 at 6:00 p.m. That meeting will be held in person with social distancing in place, but also livestreamed for your convenience. If the decision is made to return to 5-day a week in person learning, we will also communicate the date of that change in order to allow families to plan.
Families will be receiving a survey request from your buildings tomorrow asking for more specific feedback to help us continue to adapt and improve our practices.