LCPS At Home Fully Remote Option
Students whose families choose the At Home Fully Remote Option will continue with five-day-a-week virtual instruction, albeit with some changes from the remote learning schedule with which LCPS began the school year.
In elementary grades, remote learning will include:
- Daily morning meeting
- Opportunity for synchronous (live) and asynchronous (recorded) learning throughout the week
- Assignments to be completed daily
In middle and high school:
- Students will be assigned to Cohort A or Cohort B.
- Students will attend synchronous (live) lessons on their cohort’s schedule.
- Middle school students will complete assignments and asynchronous lessons on the other three days.
- High school students will complete assignments and asynchronous lessons on Wednesdays and will attend synchronous (live) lessons on all other days.
- All students will need to complete assignments for grades and attendance.
Students must commit to at least one full nine-week grading period at a time. Since the Fully Remote Option is being initiated as the first nine-week period is winding down, students would be committing now for the second nine-week period -- that is, the rest of the first semester. Students will remain enrolled in their base school and will come to campus for district and state required testing.
Students are eligible to receive free hot lunch and next-day breakfast through curbside pickup at any of our 15 traditional schools (all but Lenoir County Early College High School and Lenoir County Learning Academy, which do not have kitchens).
More information about the At Home Fully Remote Option and information supporting students and parents in remote learning are on this website.