Apr
8
April, 8th 2020
Coronavirus Update The Freetown-Lakeville Regional School District has an updated school district calendar reflecting our current plan moving forward for the remainder of this school year. Next week will be another full week of remote learning activities. The district will be supplying all families with detailed school vacation plans for the following week and then we will resume with our remote learning plan. I will continue to keep my messages short as I know families are receiving information from the district, school principals, and individual classroom teachers. Please be sure to balance this with the number one priority of safety and health for everyone in your family.
Apr
3
April, 3rd 2020
The Freetown-Lakeville Regional School District has an updated school district calendar reflecting our current plan moving forward for the remainder of this school year. I have also attached a letter on our website regarding privacy and participant expectations for your review regarding remote learning. I am trying to keep my messages short as I know families are receiving information from the district, school principals, and individual classroom teachers. Please be sure to balance this with the number one priority of safety and health for everyone in your family.
Mar
26
March, 26th 2020
Coronavirus Update Please continue to check our website for updated information including educational resources and for our ongoing breakfast/lunch program. The breakfast/lunch program will continue next week, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9-10:30 at the FLMS. Each pickup may include two days worth of breakfast and lunch. We have cancelled all school activities and events through May 4, 2020 and closed all playgrounds and tennis courts until further notice. The Superintendent’s Office will remain open from 9-12 each day.
Mar
24
March, 24th 2020
Coronavirus Update Governor Charlie Baker issued an emergency order requiring all businesses and organizations that do not provide “COVID-19 Essential Services” to close their physical workplaces and facilities to workers, customers and the public as of Tuesday, March 24th at noon until Tuesday, April 7th at noon. These businesses are encouraged to continue operations remotely. The Baker-Polito Administration issued a list of designated businesses and other organizations that provide essential services and workforces related to COVID-19 that shall continue to operate brick and mortar facilities during this two-week time period. This list is based on federal guidance and amended to reflect the needs of Massachusetts’ unique economy. While these businesses are designated as essential, they are urged to follow social distancing protocols for workers in accordance with guidance from the Department of Public Health.
Mar
19
March, 19th 2020
Gov. Baker -state-wide all schools 3 week closure - through April 7, 2020 Coronavirus Update - School Closing There will be no school for all students beginning Monday, March 16, 2020 through Tuesday, April 7, 2020 for a three week period. We are optimistic that this proactive approach will limit the spread of the virus in our communities. I will continue to keep you updated. As always the safety of our students and staff remains our top priority. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to provide daily updates and recommendations. Please copy and past the following links into your browser to stay updated: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html https://www.mass.gov/resource/information-on-the-outbreak-of-coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19