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Santa Clara County: COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Distance Learning Update (July 17th)

LACS has returned to full-time, on-campus instruction. A HyFlex option is available for those students who are at high-risk or for those families who do not feel comfortable sending their student(s) to school. These families can choose distance learning through live synchronous instruction with their teachers. Cameras are placed in classrooms for live lesson capturing.

Key Considerations for Reopening

  • Students are kept in stable cohorts as much as possible.
  • Middle and high school teachers rotate between classes.
  • Daily health screenings and temperature checks.
  • Campus visitors are limited.
  • All staff and students 3rd grade and older are required to wear masks, except those with special needs who are unable to tolerate a face covering.
  • Students younger than 3rd grade are required to wear masks during drop-off, pick-up, and any time they are outside their classroom, except during PE or recess.
  • Social distancing guidelines are followed as much as possible.
  • Scheduled hand washing and cleaning throughout the school day.


Reopening Questions?

If you have any questions or would like to request a copy of our Reopening Roadmap, feel free to reach out to Lizette Hibbert, Assistant Head of Schools at

Distance Learning at LACS

I want to thank you for the photos, words of encouragement, and helpful feedback. Your positive responses have affirmed the truly amazing work our Junior Kindergarten through tenth-grade faculty have been doing to translate their teaching expertise into effective distance learning. We appreciate you as well for doing your best to carve out space and time in your work and home life to support your child’s learning.

Cathy Robinson
Head of Schools

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