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WELCOME TO THE LPS REOPENING SAFELY WEBPAGE

LPS Strategic Plan Update and Student Opportunity Act Input
Monday, March 14, 2022
Miss Monday night's virtual town hall?  Watch the video here in English and Spanish.

   

March 10, 2022

Dear Lynn Public Schools Community, 

As I shared with you in my previous letter on February 11th, the Lynn School Committee voted to transition to giving all staff and students the choice of whether or not to wear a mask in school buildings beginning this upcoming Monday, March 14th, 2022.  This policy, in response to the lifting of the statewide mask mandate, has the unanimous support of both state and local health officials.  Additionally, on March 3rd, the Lynn School Committee voted to allow the choice of whether or not to wear a mask on the school bus in alignment with recent guidance by the Center for Disease Control.  

Please note that students and staff will still be required to wear a mask: 

  • if they are symptomatic at school
  • in the school nurse's office
  • upon return to school from isolation or quarantine for days 6-10

It is strongly recommended that all unvaccinated individuals continue to wear a mask while in school. 

I want to emphasize that this policy is designed to allow students and their families, as well as staff, to make the choice they are most comfortable with under the current public health conditions.  As a community, we will respect the choices of each individual.  We encourage you to talk with your student about this choice and make the one that is best for your family.  We anticipate that some students will still wear masks, and others will not.  Some students may feel nervousness about not wearing a mask, and some may feel relief.  Each response is valid and will be supported in each school community.  I remain encouraged that the public health conditions have continued to improve and have allowed us to support this shift in policy.  Please reach out to your child's teacher or principal with any questions you have, or anything you would like us to know about your family's decision.

Throughout the pandemic, I have been inspired by and grateful for the consistent cooperation of students, families, and staff--all of us brought together in the common goal of keeping the community safe while ensuring teaching and learning continues.  That goal has not changed.  I am confident that with this policy, along with the other safety measures that will remain in place, we will meet this goal.  

Thank you for your partnership.

Best,

Patrick Tutwiler, PhD
Superintendent 


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10 de marzo, 2022

Estimada Comunidad de las Escuelas Públicas de Lynn,

Como compartí con ustedes en mi carta anterior el 11 de febrero, el Comité Escolar de Lynn votó a favor de la transición para dar a todo el personal y los estudiantes la opción de usar o no una mascarilla en los edificios escolares a partir de este próximo lunes, 14 de marzo del 2022.  Esta política, en respuesta al levantamiento del mandato sobre el uso de una mascarilla en todo el estado, tiene el apoyo unánime de los funcionarios de salud estatales y locales.  Además, el 3 de marzo, el Comité Escolar de Lynn votó para permitir la opción de usar o no una mascarilla en el autobús escolar en la alineación con la reciente orientación por el Centro de Control de Enfermedades. 

Por favor, tenga en cuenta que los estudiantes y el personal seguirán siendo obligados a usar una mascarilla:

  • si son sintomáticos en la escuela
  • en la oficina de la enfermera de la escuela
  • al regresar a la escuela después de estar aislados o en cuarentena durante los días 6 a 10

Se recomienda firmemente que todas las personas no vacunadas sigan utilizando una mascarilla mientras estén en la escuela.

Quiero enfatizar que esta política está diseñada para permitir que los estudiantes y sus familias, así como el personal, tomen la decisión con la que se sientan más cómodos bajo las actuales condiciones de salud pública.  Como comunidad, respetaremos las decisiones de cada individuo.  Le animamos a que hable con su alumno sobre esta elección y a que tome la que sea mejor para su familia.  Anticipamos que algunos estudiantes seguirán usando mascarillas y otros no.  Algunos estudiantes pueden sentirse nerviosos por no llevar mascarilla, y otros pueden sentir alivio.  Cada respuesta es válida y será apoyada en cada comunidad escolar.  Me alienta que las condiciones de salud pública hayan seguido mejorando y nos hayan permitido apoyar este cambio de política.  Por favor, póngase en contacto con el maestro o el director de su hijo si tiene alguna pregunta, o cualquier cosa que quiera que sepamos sobre la decisión de su familia.

A lo largo de la pandemia, me he sentido inspirado y agradecido por la constante cooperación de los estudiantes, las familias y el personal, todos unidos en el objetivo común de mantener la seguridad de la comunidad mientras se garantiza la continuidad de la enseñanza y el aprendizaje.  Ese objetivo no ha cambiado.  Estoy seguro de que, con esta política, junto con las otras medidas de seguridad que se mantendrán en su lugar, cumpliremos con este objetivo. 

Gracias por su colaboración.

Atentamente,

 

Patrick Tutwiler, PhD
Superintendente

   

February 11, 2022

Dear Lynn Public Schools Community,

Governor Baker and Commissioner of Education, Jeff Riley, announced that the statewide mask mandate will not be renewed when it expires on Monday, February 28, 2022. It was further communicated that mask policies in schools will be made at the local level by individual school districts.  At its regular meeting on Thursday, February 10th, the Lynn School Committee voted to transition to giving all staff and students the choice of whether or not to wear a mask in school buildings beginning March 14, 2022.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have closely followed state health policy and the direction of local health authorities.  The decision to give staff and students the choice of whether or not to wear a mask in school buildings beginning March 14th is supported unanimously by state health officials and local health authorities alike for the following reasons:

  • A sharp decrease in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in our schools and broader community (see the LPS COVID Dashboard).
  • The strong percentages of COVID vaccinated Lynn youth between the ages of 12-19 and the notable increase in the number of Lynn youth between the ages of 5-11 (See this dashboard for updated vaccination rates).
  • The ongoing, frequent availability of vaccine clinics in our schools.
  • A significant decrease in positive cases detected in our routine COVID safety check, also known as pool testing.
  • The recent addition of the weekly at home testing program available to all students and staff. (Families and staff can still opt in here).

The shift on March 14th will still require mask wearing in particular spaces and under certain circumstances.  Students and staff will still be required to wear a mask:

  • On all buses per federal order
  • If an individual is symptomatic at school
  • While visiting or working in the school nurse’s office
  • Upon return to school from isolation or quarantine for days 6-10

Further, it is strongly recommended that all unvaccinated individuals continue to wear a mask while in school.

We began this school year with a layered approach to health and safety in our schools and we remain committed to it.  Cleaning and sanitizing will continue in earnest.  We will continue the emphasis on hand hygiene and staying home when not well.  Ventilation systems and fresh airflow are being monitored and evaluated.  Additionally, routine COVID safety checks, also known as pool testing, will remain in place at the elementary level.

I am encouraged that the conditions have given us the opportunity to allow choice with mask wearing. I know how challenging this year has been and I remain deeply appreciative of your support and patience.
We are in this together – we will get through it together.

Yours in partnership,

Patrick Tutwiler, PhD
Superintendent




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11 de febrero, 2022

Estimada Comunidad de las Escuelas Públicas de Lynn,

El Gobernador Baker y el Comisionado de Educación, Jeff Riley, anunciaron que el mandato de mascarillas a nivel estatal no será renovado cuando expire el lunes 28 de febrero de 2022.  Además, se comunicó que las políticas de mascarillas en las escuelas se harán a nivel local por los distritos escolares individuales.  En la reunión del jueves 10 de febrero, el Comité Escolar de Lynn votó a favor de la transición para dar a todo el personal y los estudiantes la opción de usar o no una mascarilla en los edificios escolares a partir del 14 de marzo del 2022.

Desde el comienzo de la pandemia, hemos seguido cercanamente la política sanitaria estatal y las indicaciones de las autoridades sanitarias locales.  La decisión de dar al personal y a los alumnos la opción de llevar o no una mascarilla en los edificios escolares a partir del 14 de marzo cuenta con el apoyo unánime de los funcionarios de salud del estado y de las autoridades sanitarias locales por las siguientes razones

  • Un fuerte descenso en el número de casos positivos de COVID-19 en nuestras escuelas y en la comunidad en general (véase el tablero de COVID de LPS).
  • Los fuertes porcentajes de jóvenes de Lynn vacunados contra el COVID entre las edades de 12 a 19 años y el notable aumento en el número de jóvenes de Lynn entre las edades de 5 a 11 años (Ver este tablero para las tasas de vacunación actualizadas).
  • La disponibilidad continua y frecuente de clínicas de vacunación en nuestras escuelas.
  • Una disminución significativa de los casos positivos detectados en nuestro control rutinario de COVID, también conocido como pruebas agrupadas (“pool testing”).
  • La incorporación reciente del programa de pruebas semanales en casa, disponible para todos los estudiantes y el personal. (Las familias y el personal pueden optar por este programa aquí).

 

El cambio del 14 de marzo seguirá exigiendo el uso de mascarillas en determinados espacios y bajo ciertas circunstancias.  Los estudiantes y el personal seguirán estando obligados a llevar una mascarilla:

  • En todos los autobuses por orden federal
  • Si un individuo es sintomático en la escuela
  • Mientras visita o trabaja en la oficina de la enfermera de la escuela
  • Al regresar a la escuela después de estar aislado o en cuarentena durante los días 6-10

Además, se recomienda fuertemente que todas las personas no vacunadas continúen usando una máscara mientras estén en la escuela.

Comenzamos este año escolar con un enfoque de varios niveles para la salud y la seguridad en nuestras escuelas y seguimos comprometidos con eso.  La limpieza y la desinfección continuarán.  Seguiremos poniendo énfasis en la higiene de las manos y en quedarse en casa cuando no se esté bien.  Los sistemas de ventilación y el flujo de aire fresco se están supervisando y evaluando.  Además, los controles rutinarios de seguridad COVID, también conocidos como pruebas agrupadas (“pool testing”), seguirán en las escuelas primarias.

Me alegra que las condiciones nos hayan dado la oportunidad de permitir la elección con respecto al uso de una mascarilla. Sé lo difícil que ha sido este año y sigo agradeciendo profundamente su apoyo y paciencia.  Estamos juntos en esto - lo superaremos juntos.

Atentamente

Patrick Tutwiler, PhD
Superintendente

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January 25, 2022

Dear parent/caregiver:

At Lynn Public Schools, keeping your children safe and in school is our top priority. We are writing to let you know, in accordance with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) and the Department of Public Health (DPH), our district is updating our COVID-19 Testing Program. We are opting into an at-home testing program that will increase testing of our participating students and staff, regardless of vaccination status. For more information about this update to the statewide testing program, please click here. The at-home testing option will begin within a month. In addition to this new at-home antigen test option, we will continue with symptomatic testing for all students and staff and routine COVID safety checks at the elementary level. As part of this shift in the program, we are discontinuing Test and Stay and contact tracing for in-school close contacts. This means that if your child is a potential contact in school, they may continue to come to school and do not have to quarantine. This new at-home testing opportunity is voluntary and only those who opt-in will receive tests. We strongly encourage you to fill out the form by January 27th to opt-in. If you have questions, please contact your school’s nurse. If you need assistance completing the opt-in form, please contact the Lynn Board of Health at 781 586-6722.

Eenero 25, 2022

Estimado padre/cuidador:

En las Escuelas Públicas de Lynn, mantener a sus estudiantes seguros y en la escuela es nuestra principal prioridad. Le escribimos para informarle que, de acuerdo con el Departamento de Educación Primaria y Secundaria (DESE, por sus siglas en inglés) y el Departamento de Salud Pública (DPH, por sus siglas en inglés), nuestro distrito está actualizando nuestro Programa de Pruebas de COVID-19, a partir del XX. Estamos optando por un programa de pruebas en el hogar, que aumentará las pruebas de nuestros estudiantes y personal participantes, independientemente del estado de vacunación. Para obtener más información sobre esta actualización del programa de pruebas en todo el estado, por favor oprima aquí. La opción de prueba en el hogar comenzará dentro de un mes. Además de esta nueva opción de prueba de antígenos en el hogar, continuaremos con las pruebas para personas sintomáticas para todos los estudiantes y el personal durante la semana. Como parte de este cambio en el programa, estamos descontinuando la política de “Test and Stay” [Probarse y Quedarse] y el rastreo de contactos para contactos cercanos en la escuela. Esto significa que si su hijo es un contacto potencial en la escuela, puede continuar asistiendo a la escuela y no tiene que estar en cuarentena. Esta nueva oportunidad de realizar pruebas en el hogar es voluntaria y solo aquellos que opten por participar recibirán las pruebas. Le recomendamos encarecidamente que complete el formulario antes del 27 de enero para optar por participar. Si tiene preguntas, comuníquese con la enfermera de su escuela. 

COVID-19 Testing Programs in our Schools:

  1. At-Home Rapid Antigen Testing Your school will recommend a day for testing. Opt-in Form
  2. Routine COVID Safety Checks every week
  3. Symptomatic Testing as needed

Programas de prueba de COVID-19 en nuestras escuelas:

  1. Pruebas rápidas de antígenos en el hogar Su escuela le recomendará un día para realizar las pruebas. Formulario de inscripción
  2. Comprobaciones de seguridad de rutina de COVID cada semana
  3. Pruebas sintomáticas según sea necesario
Download This Letter With More Information On The Program Descargue esta carta con más información sobre el programa
Watch A Video On How To "Opt-In" Vea un video sobre cómo "optar por participar"
Watch A Video On How To Take The Test At Home Vea un video sobre cómo tomar el examen en casa
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Welcome Back

Dear Lynn Public Schools Community,

Countless hours have gone into planning and preparing for the upcoming school year. The safety and well-being of students and staff being our first priority, we have aligned strategy and resources to state policy and recommendations by local health officials.  We feel confident that we will provide a safe and fulfilling experience for all according to our five pillars on health and safety.
1 Full-time, In-Person Learning see below for the opening schedule.
2 Universal Mask Wearing Indoors (now State Mandated)
3

Health and Hygiene
- Stay home when not well
- Hand hygiene
- Weekly COVID testing for students/staff (beginning October)
4 Cleaning and Sanitizing
- Robust cleaning protocols
- Sanitizing high-touch surfaces (handrails, doorknobs) throughout the school day
5 Ventilation/Air Purification
- Fresh air flow in all LPS buildings
- Increased filtration and monitoring
Download This Welcome Back Letter In ENGLISH or SPANISH
 
Last Website Update:
June 17, 2022 10:12 AM

COVID RECOVERY PLAN

Lynn Public Schools Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER III) Allocation Plan

Overview
The American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021, Public Law 117-2, was enacted on March 11, 2021. The ARP Act provides additional funding for school districts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Education portion of ARP is known as the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER III or ARP ESSER) Fund. The purpose of the ESSER III fund is to support the safe reopening and sustaining safe operations of schools while meeting students' academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Lynn Public Schools received an allocation of $42,106,523 to be spent through August 2024.  Therefore, this will be a multi-year plan for anticipated activities. A full scope of requirements can be found here: https://www.doe.mass.edu/federalgrants/esser/

Context
The Lynn Public Schools (LPS) is the Commonwealth’s fifth largest district, serving 16,317 scholars. Our 25 schools service a wonderfully racially and linguistically diverse student population.  Our diversity is a point of pride.  Our student population is 66 percent Latino, 16 percent white, 11 percent black, and 8 percent Asian. In addition, 30 percent of our students are English learners, 17 percent are students with disabilities, and 58 percent are low-income. 
The district has a fully enforceable strategic plan in place and has worked diligently to move forward in achieving each of the four objectives therein.  The unfortunate experience of the global pandemic has exacerbated many of the challenges the strategic plan was designed to address.  Fortunately, with the Student Opportunity Act (SOA), state law designed to provide seven years of increased funding to address longstanding disparities in performance among students of color, English learners, and students with disabilities.  With the increased funding the district proposed four areas of focus:

  • Better accommodating and responding to the social emotional needs of students
  • Improving special education supports by deepening the existing inclusion model, reducing caseloads and the provision of ongoing professional development particularly on Universal Design for Learning.
  • Improving services for ELs by building on the existing inclusion model, expanding social and emotional supports at the secondary level, maintaining EL student to English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher ratios (given projected increases), and the provision of focused, district-wide professional development.
  • Creating additional opportunities for enrichment for students, while also creating common planning time for teachers at the elementary level.

These areas of focus will continue to be supported by SOA funding.   ESSER III funding can enhance these areas of focus and other critical areas of need caused or worsened by the pandemic.

DOWNLOAD THE COMPLETE 2021-2022 ALLOCATION PLAN

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The American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021
Survey Results

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ARP Background

The American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act of 2021, Public Law 117-2, was enacted on March 11, 2021. The ARP Act provides additional funding for school districts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Education portion of ARP is known as the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER III or ARP ESSER) Fund. The purpose of the ESSER III fund is to support the safe reopening and sustaining safe operations of schools while meeting students' academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Lynn Public Schools received an allocation of $42,106,523 to be spent through June 2024.  Therefore, this will be a multi-year plan for anticipated activities. You can read the full scope of requirements by click here.

We are asking all members of the LPS community to complete a short survey.  The survey is to help us make informed decision on district priorities and seeks feedback around anticipated activities through these funds.  

Thank you in advance for your participation.

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REOPENING AND ONGOING - COMMUNICATIONS

Family Letters YouTube Community Virtual Town Halls Other Reopening Documents and Info
New School Year 2021-2022
LPS Mask Optional Begins March 14th
March 10, 2022
English - Spanish
LPS Mask Optional Update
February 11, 2022
English - Spanish
Letter Regarding Tesating Programs
January 25, 2022
English - Spanish
Survey On Superintendent
January 2022
Multi-Language Surveys
COVID Vaccine Clinics For Families
December 2021
English and Spanish
Arabic
Haitian Creole
Khmer
Portuguese
Letter Regarding Pool Testing
November 2021
English and Spanish
Letter #4 - October 1, 2021
English or Spanish
Letter #3 - August 31, 2021
English or Spanish
Letter #2 - August 9, 2021
English - Spanish
Letter #1 - July 27, 2021
English - Spanish
 


New School Year 2021-2022

LPS Strategic Plan Update and Student Opportunity Act Input
Monday, March 14, 2022

Miss Monday night's virtual town hall?  Watch the video here in English and Spanish.

 

Virtual Town Hall - Fall 2021
Monday, September 20th - 6 PM
Watch The Video Of This Town Hall Here.

At this online event, we will offer updates and request feedback on the opening of the 2021-22 school year as well updates on a federal funding opportunity.  As always, this is an opportunity for you to share concerns and raise questions

Please click this link to join the webinar

DOWNLOAD THIS LETTER IN ENGLISH

Haga clic en este enlace para unirse al seminario web

DOWNLOAD THIS LETTER IN SPANISH
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Virtual Town Hall - Summer 2021
Monday, August 16th - 6 PM

Download the Town Hall Slides With Dr. Tutwiler's presentation text.

At this online event, the Superintendent will communicate specifics around our reopening planning. The link to the session will be sent on the morning of August 16th.  This session is also an opportunity for you to share concerns and raise questions. We invite you to submit those in advance to this email address:

LPSreopening-families@lynnschools.org

Doing so will allow us to make the presentation more useful for you.    

New School Year 2021-2022
Safe Learning - Wash Your Hands!

https://youtu.be/yxkVUr_dQ3w

 
APRENDIZAJE SEGURO

https://youtu.be/UwdAQWKnbQc
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Last School Year 2020-2021
Letter #16 - May 21, 2021
English
or Spanish
Return To In Person Learning - April 13th
English
or Spanish
Letter #15 - March 26, 2021
English
- Spanish - Haitin Creole- Khmer - Portuguese
Letter #14 - March 19, 2021
English
or Spanish
Letter #13 - March 08, 2021
English
or Spanish
Letter #12 - January 28, 2021
English or Spanish
Letter #11 - January 2, 2021
English or Spanish
Letter Regarding EBT - January 2, 2021
English or Spanish
Letter #10 - December 14, 2020
English or Spanish
Letter #9 - December 04, 2020
English - Spanish
Letter #8 - November 13, 2020
English - Spanish
Letter #7 - October 2, 2020
English - Spanish
Dr. Tutwiler Welcomes Students and Families Back To School!
Remote Learning Academy
September 8, 2020
English - Spanish
Letter #6 - September 3, 2020
English - Spanish
Letter #5 - August 20, 2020
English - Spanish
Letter #4 - August 14, 2020
English - Spanish
Letter #3 - August 6, 2020
English - Spanish
Letter #2 - July 29, 2020
English - Spanish
Letter #1 - July 20, 2020
English - Spanish
Last School Year 2020-2021
Virtual Town Hall - Spring 2021
Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Please view for updates on district plans to return to in-person learning this spring.

Watch the video of this Town Hall here.

Download the "Timeline for Return" Powerpoint Presentation here.
Virtual Town Hall For Q3
Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Please tune in for updates and information related to the third quarter of the 2020-21 school year. You will have the opportunity to ask questions.

Watch the video of this Town Hall here.

Virtual Town Hall For Q2
Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Please tune in for updates and information related to the second quarter of the 2020-21 school year. You will have the opportunity to ask questions.

Watch the video of this Town Hall here.

Steps Forward - Video Presentation
Assessment and Proposal for Quarters 2 and 3 of the 2020-2021 School Year
Dr. Tutwiler's Report - October 29, 2020

Watch the video presentation here.

Virtual Town Hall
Wednesday, October 14th at 6 PM.

We will update families on important matters and solicit feedback during this event.
Links for this event are below:

ENGLISH
English YouTube Event


ESPANOL
Espanol YouTube Event

Special Education Virtual Town Hall
August 24, 2020 - 6 PM

This virtual town hall is designed to update LPS families on matters related to special education. There will be a presentation followed by time for questions.

Watch the video presentation here.

Schoology Overview Virtual Town Hall
August 17, 2020 - 6 PM

LPS will begin the school year in remote learning. This virtual town hall is designed to offer families a view of the virtual environment in which most of the teaching and learning will happen.
WATCH THIS VIDEO

Remote Teaching and Learning
August 10, 2020

This Lynn Public Schools community convening will focus on elements of reopening the Lynn Public Schools related to teaching and learning. General updates will also be shared.
WATCH THIS VIDEO

Heath and Safety Update
August 6, 2020

This Lynn Public Schools community convening will focus on elements of reopening the Lynn Public Schools related to health and safety. General updates will also be shared.
WATCH THIS VIDEO

Last School Year 2020-2021
Visit our "Reopening FAQ webpage" for Families. This page will be updated as new and up-to-date information becomes available.
August 17, 2020
Reopening Framework For Fall 2020
June 9, 2020

Download This Framework
English
- Spanish
 
Past Info and Postings
Reopening Survey - July 2020
Our goal in conducting these surveys is to ensure that all students have high-quality learning experiences and that families have everything they need. During this difficult time, we want to ensure that we are responsive to the most critical needs of our families and soliciting input for our plans going forward. It is very important to hear from LPS families about which supports should continue and those that should be improved or added. Our surveys are an important opportunity to help us understand your experiences and needs during this time and will help with our planning. Thank you in advance for taking the time to respond.
Family Survey Results
Student Survey
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Talking To Children About Violence

LPS families, in light of recent events at the US capitol building, the attached graphic is a resource you can use in talking about it with your student.

In the wake of unspeakable violence and an assault on our democracy, let this be an event that calls us to be better together.

Additional Information and Resources: Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers


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LPS 2021-2022 School Year Calendar

Download The 2021-2022 LPS Calendar
ENGLISH or SPANISH
Technical Support For Remote Learning
LPS Technology Help Desk (781) 477 - 7342
Monday - Thursday: 7:45 AM - 3:45 PM
Friday: 7:45 AM - 12:45 PM
"Schoology" Parent Access Update - October 1, 2020 How To Reset Your LPS School Password- September 13, 2021
Your student's school will be reaching out to you by the end of next week with an access code for "Schoology". If you do not receive an access code by October 9th, reach out to your child's homeroom teacher. At the secondary level, you only need 1 access code and all courses will be loaded.

This account will allow you to see the work your child has submitted, discussions they have participated in, school updates, and also provides the ability to message staff at the school. Multiple children can be added to one parent account.

The following are videos (Part 1 and Part 2) showing how to set up your account and take advantage of all the "Schoology" features available to you.

PART ONE
LPS Parent Access Video - Part 1 - English
LPS Parent Access Video - Part 1 - Spanish

PART TWO
LPS Parent Access Video - Part 2 - English
LPS Parent Access Video - Part 2 - Spanish

How To Set Up Your Parent Access Account:
LPS Parent Videos In English -  LPS Parent Videos In Spanish
Parents How To Register and View Your Child's Activity:
Download the Step by Step Instructions Here. (English and Spanish)
New "Schoology" How To Videos Have Been Posted!
Visit Our Technology Page Here!
 
"Schoology" How To Videos
How To Set Up Your New Laptop - English Version
Cómo configurar su nueva computadora portátil - Versión en español
PART/PARTE SUBJECT/SUJECTO
Part 1 Student Login
Parte 1 Inicio De Sesion Del Estudiante
Part 2 Navigating Your Schoology Homepage
Parte 2 Navegando por su página de inicio
Part 3 Messaging
Parte 3 Mensajería
Part 4 Accessing Your Grades
Parte 4 Accediendo a sus calificaciones
Part 5 Managing Your Calendar
Parte 5 Administrar su calendario
Part 6 Accessing Course Materials
Parte 6 Acceso a los materiales del curso
Part 7 Helpful Tips
Parte 7 Consejos útiles
Part 8 Submitting Assignments
Parte 8 Envío de asignaciones
 
PASSWORD RESET

Follow these steps to reset your Lynn Schools Password
 

RESTABLECIMIENTO DE CONTRASEÑA

Siga estos pasos para restablecer su contraseña de Lynn Schools

 
School Issued Devices (Laptops/iPads) and Connections
Kindergarten
How to Enroll A Device Using InTune Company Portal - English Instructions
How to Enroll A Device Using InTune Company Portal - Spanish Instructions
 
How To Set Up Your New Laptop - English Version
Cómo configurar su nueva computadora portátil - Versión en español
 
Technology FAQ
Set Up A New School Issued Laptop
Connect Your School Device
Register For A Password Reset
Comcast Internet Essentials
 
How To Access Email and HAC - Click Here For The Video

Here is a short video on how to check your email to get the HAC information needed to access grades, progress reports and report cards.

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