Londonderry schools will be closed starting Monday, March 16

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Updated March 15, 2020 at 3:17 p.m.

Principal Jason Parent sent an email to teachers letting them know he will be meeting with other administrators at the district office at 5:00 p.m. Sunday evening to “discuss preparing for Monday and getting as many answers as we can, so that you can prepare throughout the week.”

Teachers will be coming in to school Monday to get ready to deliver lessons remotely. He said teachers will have this week to prepare before remote instruction begins on March 23.


Updated March 15, 2020 at 1:33 p.m.

Londonderry Schools will be closed starting on Monday, March 16.

See the email Superintendent Scott Laliberte sent out Sunday afternoon:

Good afternoon,

As some of you may be aware, the Governor has announced this afternoon that schools in New Hampshire will be closed beginning tomorrow Monday, March 16th. Again, there will be no school for students in the coming week.

All staff members will be in the buildings tomorrow preparing for the transition to remote instruction beginning on Monday, March 23. The information I’ve included in my email yesterday regarding access to meals and computers will move forward, and you will receive further information on both in the next few days.

Please note that there is an expectation of students and staff that learning continue, even in spite of these challenges. We will be sending out further information on an ongoing basis this week. It will be a challenge to make this transition, but I am confident that our staff and families will make the best of a difficult situation.

Regards,
Scott Laliberte
Superintendent


Saturday, March 14, 2020

Because of COVID-19, normal school will take place on Monday and Tuesday, Wednesday will be for teachers only, and online schooling will start Thursday. Teachers will use the days in school to prepare for classes to go online. Stay safe, everyone.

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