UPDATED INFORMATION 12/11/20:
As you know, Bishop Luers High School has been very flexible with parents and student wanting to go into virtual learning. This will not change. As guidelines have evolved, the virtual learning expectations have been updated for the betterment of the students, parents, and Bishop Luers High School. As a result, if your son/daughter plans to be virtual, the virtual learning expectations MUST be read, signed, and returned. Printable versions of the documents are available at the links that follow:
2021 Virtual Learning Expectations 2nd Semester Spanish
You may return the signature page of the virtual learning expectations through email by scan or picture or drop off at the school either in the drop box located outside door #1 or the front office. If you are emailing the document, please send it to Randy Hawkins at email@example.com.
To clarify, your son/daughter will only be considered a virtual student if the new virtual learning expectations are signed and returned to Bishop Luers by 3:30 p.m. on Monday, January 4, 2021. If the signature page is not received, we will expect to have your son/daughter in-person on January 5, 2021 and attendance will be marked accordingly.
Again, if you have any questions regarding the update virtual learning expectations or this letter, please do not hesitate to contact us at (260)456-1261.
Dear Bishop Luers High School families –
The events of the last several months surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic have posed tremendous challenges for Bishop Luers High School, our students, our families, and our community.
In preparation for our return to school in August, we developed a plan that reflects the reality of daily family life, takes into account many lessons learned over the past several months, and recognizes the ongoing need to foster student growth “Spiritually, academically and Socially “.
The details of this plan are outlined below. Please understand that our return to school committee made every effort to keep our students, staff, and their families safe as we return to school. This plan has been approved by the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend Catholic Schools Office and the Allen County Health Department. The plan may also be adjusted at any point due to community factors related to COVID-19.
Bishop Luers High School Return to School Plan Extended Version - Long Version - 47 Pages
If you have any questions regarding the update virtual learning expectations or this letter, please do not hesitate to contact us at (260)456-1261.
In Luers Spirit!
Jim Huth and the Return to School Committee