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Remote Learning with LCPS

  • In North Carolina K-12 public schools, remote learning is defined as learning that takes place outside of the traditional school setting using various media and formats, such as but not limited to: video conference, telephone conference, print material, online material or Learning Management Systems (LMS).

    At some time during the 2020-2021 school year, all LCPS students will be remote-learning students as our school district works to keep them safe and healthy. Because of significant changes in the instructional format due to the coronavirus pandemic, remote learning will be employed for students who 1) go to school on a staggered schedule and are engaged in remote learning on those days when they are not at school or 2) engaged full-time in remote learning.

    This fully remote learning option is available to any LCPS students whose parents/caretakers register them for that program and is designated by our district as the LCPS At Home Fully Remote Option.

    This section of the website is designed to provide support for parents and their students who are engaged in either form of remote learning. Further technical support can be obtained from the district's IT Department. Questions about curriculum, apps and assignments should be directed first to the student's teacher.General questions about remote learning can be sent by email to info@lenoir.k12.nc.us.