All LEAD schools to continue remote learning through Fall Break
Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) announced tonight that remote learning will continue through the end of Fall Break, Friday, Oct. 9. LEAD Public Schools will also continue remotely through the same timeframe.
The Director of Schools discussed a potential return to in-person learning for Exceptional Education students after Sept. 23. When we have more detailed information, we will communicate it to families.
Since we began the school year remotely on August 4, more than 97 percent of our students have received a Chromebook to assist with their online learning this year. Our goal remains 100 percent: every student will receive a Chromebook for online learning this year.
Additionally, we have support in place for families in need of Wi-Fi assistance. To inquire about Wi-Fi availability and access, please visit this link and fill out this “Serve Others Station” form so that we can best meet your needs as a LEAD family.
Should families have any immediate questions about our decision to remain remote, please do not hesitate to contact your Family and Community Engagement Coordinators. They are listed below and are always available to help you.
We commit to keeping you informed and maintaining open lines of communication with all of our families. This includes providing updates related to the 2020-2021 school year on our website at this link.
Family and Community Engagement Coordinator contact information:
- LEAD Academy and LEAD Cameron: Rania Agaib, 615-479-9743.
- LEAD Brick Church: Dalona Jones, 616-466-3885.
- LEAD Neely’s Bend: Blanca Cross, 830-212-3057.
- LEAD Southeast Middle and High: Marta Sanchez, 615-573-9866.
In the event you are unable to reach a school Family and Community Engagement Coordinator, please call Corey Burton, the Director of Enrollment and Community Engagement, at 615-525-1614. For Spanish services, please call Marta Sanchez at 615-573-9866.