LH On Campus
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  • Liberty Hill ISD is committed to providing the best educational learning experiences possible for every student as we look ahead to the 2020-2021 school year.


  • The plans and options presented in our Return to Learn Plan reflect a balance between maintaining the safety of students, staff members, and families in the face of this continued public-health uncertainty, while also delivering high-quality teaching and learning experiences that focus on excellent and equitable outcomes for all students.

     

    • In-person teaching and learning are available for students on campuses following a student’s traditional schedule.

    • Students will follow their daily schedule, including all courses selected and/or assigned, as well as extracurricular activities, if applicable.

    • Students who require support and interventions will receive them in person.

    • Grading guidelines will be similar for LH On-campus and LH Remote.

    • Students will be required to adhere to ever-evolving Liberty Hill ISD health and safety expectations established for the safety of students and staff within our schools.

    • Students who receive services or accommodations through special education, gifted and talented, 504, or multilingual services will continue to receive the support and services. Please see Student Support Services for more detailed information.

     

    Regardless of the selection to participate in remote or in-person instruction, students who participate in the Gifted and Talented program will receive G/T services by G/T trained teachers.
     

    PLEASE see the Safety & Operations Tab for more information on Safety Protocol in the classroom. 

    *If COVID-19-related disruptions arise throughout the year, school buildings may be closed for intermittent periods of time. If a campus is closed to in-person instruction, students at the impacted school will transition to LH Online during the time of closure.

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