LPS Early Childhood Families: Important End of the Year Information

Lincoln Public School Early Childhood Families,

Below is important end-of-the-year information that will assist us with closing out the school year.  Based on the current health directives in place for Lincoln, we’ve had to make some tough decisions and find solutions to the many challenges that come with retrieving and returning items while keeping the health and safety of our staff and families as one of our top priorities.

Preschool Students

Video lessons have already been created and will be aired through May 21. Families should expect to hear from the child’s preschool teachers through the week of May 18 -21. The last official day of school for students is Thursday, May 21.

Preschool Students Retrieving Belongings

Due to the current health directives put into place, we have made the difficult decision to not allow preschool students to pick up items left at school. We will send your child’s items to their next classroom for you to pick up when we return in August. Exceptions will be made for families leaving the school district or other unique circumstances. Please contact us if you fall into these two categories or have questions.

We understand this plan for keeping our families and staff safe may be disappointing for some of our students and families. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We are doing our best to follow the current health directives put into place and prevent further spread of COVID-19.

Please continue to watch your emails for more information as we approach the end of May.

Student Parent Program: Student Child Learning Centers and Home Visitors

Families should expect to hear from their child’s teacher/home visitor through the week of May 18-21.

Home and Community Based Special Education Services

Families should expect to continue to hear from their child’s Primary Service Provider through the week of May 18-21. The last official day of services is Thursday, May 21.

Early Intervention

Services Coordinators and Early Intervention Providers will continue to contact families to provide remote services throughout the summer.  When current health directives warrant, we will reach out to discuss the return to providing services in your child’s natural environment.