A Change in Plans for In-Person Learning


Skylynn McDowell, Reporter

On July 31, 2020, Littleton Public Schools announced a revised plan for the return to in-person learning in an email sent out to parents and guardians. Grades six through twelve will be significantly impacted by this new plan.
In the previous update on COVID-19 and returning to Arapahoe, it was expressed that students would be returning to a school building five days a week unless opting for the Temporary Online Program for Students (TOPS) for the entirety of the 2020-2021 school year. After further review from LPS of health suggestions and COVID-19 statistics, it has been concluded that the in-person program for the year will consist of three days of remote learning from home and two days of learning in a school building.
How this will occur and what exactly a school week will look like is currently unclear. TOPS will still be an option for students, and the deadline for registration has been extended to August 7, 2020.

Updates will be posted once more information has been released to LPS families.

Read the formal email from the LPS Restart website here: https://littletonpublicschools.net/restart-lps-2020-2021