In 2020-21, the state of education in California has been turned upside down due to COVID 19. Our commitment to our community is to provide options for our schooling as permitted under guidelines set forth by the County and State.
Currently, our Elementary School is providing options for "hybrid" learning through a waiver approved by the County and State which allows students for two days of in person learning a week, combined with three days of distance learning. Students also have the option to stay on a full virtual platform supported by Lucerne Valley Unified School District teachers. The virtual distance learning platform is guided by state mandates which require the ability to check in with staff daily and have support as needed.
Lucerne Valley Middle/High School will be starting cohorts to support our students with in person learning opportunities as allowed by Gavin Newsom. All students will still have their schedules for virtual distance learning as well. The cohorts will start after Labor Day and will allow for re-engagement of our students under what is allowed by Gavin Newsom.
We are monitoring COVID data, guidance from the state, and needs of our community and are committed to providing all options as allowed by the state. As soon as full time in person instruction is allowed we will make moves to support that and have options for those who want to stay at home. Our classified staff, teachers, administration, and school board is fully committed to doing what is best for our kids and community.
Our motto is, "We are more than a district, we are a family." This year I am truly seeing that in action.
Peter Livingston, Superintendent