Logansport High School transitions to hybrid learning schedule

Last Updated on December 13, 2020 by Logansport Community School Corporation

SOURCE: News release from Logansport Community School Corporation

This week Logansport High School has seen a large increase in the number of students and staff who have been advised to quarantine due to possible COVID19 exposure. It is for this reason that beginning Monday, November 9, Logansport High School will transition to e-learning through Friday, November 13.

LCSC administrators are reviewing and finalizing options for a hybrid schedule for high school students to begin Monday, November 16 through Friday, January 15.

A hybrid schedule is a mixture of in-person and online instruction which reduces the number of students on campus at any given time. Logansport High School anticipates transitioning back to fully in-person instruction on Monday, January 18.

The total number of active positive cases reported throughout Logansport School Corporation is less than one percent and quarantine cases at other buildings remain low. At this time, no adjustments in schedules are occurring at any other building and all K-8 students will continue in-person instruction next week as scheduled.

The graphic above was shared on the LCSC Facebook page.