LEAD Public Schools opened the 2020-2021 school year remotely on Tuesday, August 4, with teachers and staff members continuing to contact families to ensure technology is up and running this week so students can easily access their online schedules and classes.
All LEAD schools will host mandatory meetings for students on Friday, August 7 to officially kick-off the school year. As a reminder, there is no school on Thursday, August 6 because of teacher professional development.
If you are a family who hasn’t yet received your remote learning handbook from our schools, please visit the links below to learn more about our remote learning program and expectations for students. The information includes attendance and grading policies for each school, as well as student expectations and how to access online learning.
LEAD Academy Remote Learning Handbook
LEAD Brick Church Remote Learning Handbook
LEAD Cameron Remote Learning Handbook
LEAD Neely’s Bend Remote Learning Handbook
LEAD Southeast High School Remote Learning Handbook
LEAD Southeast Middle Remote Learning Handbook
We have also posted online remote learning resources for families on each of our schools’ Parent Resources pages. There, families will find your school’s remote learning handbook, staff contact lists, sample remote schedules, free lunch information, remote learning tools, and a summary of the first week of school. Please visit the links below:
LEAD Academy Family Resources
LEAD Brick Church Family Resources
LEAD Cameron Family Resources
LEAD Neely’s Bend Family Resources
LEAD Southeast High School Family Resources
LEAD Southeast Middle Family Resources
Any family or student who is experiencing technical difficulties is asked to email email@example.com and we will assist them in a timely manner. Should any parent or students have any questions about logging in for our remote learning program, please contact your school office managers or Family and Community Engagement coordinators, listed below.