Returning to School 2020

  • School Reopening Plan

    Fall 2020 Semester*


    *This plan was adopted by the LPHS Board of Education on July 28, 2020. It may also be revised during the school year pending new guidance from ISBE. Click here to download a copy of the School Reopening Plan.

    Click here to see answers to frequently asked questions about the reopening plan.



    The 2020-2021 school calendar will be revised to provide staff with additional training on the new curriculum being used for this year and will incorporate remote planning days for flexibility due to the uncertainty we may experience this year. Listed below is the new start of school & first week.
    August 14 & 17: Teacher Work Day/Staff Institute
    August 18: 1st Day of School (All Freshman Only – Red & Green groups)
    August 19: Student Attendance (Red Day)
    August 20: Student Attendance (Green Day)
    August 21: Cavs Day (Remote)

    Schedule & Curriculum

    Students are assigned an attendance group based on their last name. Students will be in remote learning when they are not at LPHS for in-person learning. LPHS will follow this schedule for the first quarter of the fall semester.
    Red Days – In-person learning for students with the last names A through Limberg.
    Green Days – In-person learning for students with the last names Link through Z.
    Cavs Days – Remote learning day – Teacher & students will follow this schedule via Zoom or Google Meets.
    Families with children assigned to different days may call the Principal’s Office to schedule your students on the same day.
    Students in our GOALS, Life-Skills, Transitions, OASIS, & PRIDE programs will attend in-person Monday – Thursday and remote on Friday.
    LPHS is using Edgenuity ( as our primary curriculum this school year. Edgenuity is aligned to IL State Learning Standards and will provide a uniform and consistent experience across the curriculum. There will only be a limited number of classes not using Edgenuity.
    LPHS will use the following schedule for the first quarter (nine weeks) of the school year. The second quarter schedule will be released later pending guidance from the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).



    Red Days Mondays & Wednesday; 50% of students; 33 minute class: 5 min passing period
    1st 7:45-8:18 a.m.
    2nd 8:23-8:56 a.m.
    3rd 9:01-9:34 a.m.
    4th 9:39-10:12 a.m.
    5th 10:17-10:50 a.m.
    6th 10:55-11:12 a.m.
    7th 11:33 a.m.-12:06 p.m.


    Green Days Tuesday & Thursday; 50% of students; 33 minute class: 5 min passing period
    1st 7:45-8:18 a.m.
    2nd 8:23-8:56 a.m.
    3rd 9:01-9:34 a.m.
    4th 9:39-10:12 a.m.
    5th 10:17-10:50 a.m.
    6th 10:55-11:12 a.m.
    7th 11:33 a.m.-12:06 p.m.


    Cavs Days Friday; All students; 33 minute class: 5 min passing period
    1st 7:45-8:18 a.m.
    2nd 8:23-8:56 a.m.
    3rd 9:01-9:34 a.m.
    4th 9:39-10:12 a.m.
    5th 10:17-10:50 a.m.
    6th 10:55-11:12 a.m.
    7th 11:33 a.m.-12:06 p.m.

    100% Remote option - This option is available to students. Edgenuity will be used for all courses.

    Meal Information

    Grab-and-Go meals will be available at the end of each day as students exit the building.

    8th Grade Honors Algebra

    8th grade honors algebra will be 100% remote to start the school year.
    LPHS Administration and Math teachers continue to work on the logistics of how this will be deployed and more information will follow in the near future. LPHS plans to hold informational Zoom meetings to provide families with all of the logistical details once everything has been finalized. 

    Guiding Principles for Planning:


    1. Maintain the health and safety of all students and staff;
    2. Provide meaningful and engaging learning experiences for all students;
    3. Address the social-emotional needs of all students;
    4. Provide clarity, consistency, and stability for all students and staff; and
    5. Provide ongoing professional development for staff to address the learning needs unique to the time.

    Health & Safety Protocols

    Signs & Symptoms

    Parents are responsible for keeping your child(ren) home if they are showing any signs or symptoms of COVID-19, which includes but not limited to fever over 100.4 ͦ, cough, shortness of breath, chills, fatigue, muscle & body aches, headache, sore throat, nausea, diarrhea, or vomiting. Signs of COVID-19 during the school day will be sent to the quarantine station.

    Temperature & Symptoms Checks

    All students will have their temperature taken upon arrival. Students who show symptoms or have a temperature over 100.4 ͦ will be sent home after a parent is contacted.

    Social Distancing

    Students and staff will maintain social distance of 6 feet from one another whenever possible.


    Masks covering the nose and mouth will always be required of staff and students.

    School Sanitation

    Classrooms will be provided with hand sanitizer and equipment to clean furniture and door handles each period. Custodial staff will disinfect bathrooms every hour and at the end of each day. Friday’s will be a super-clean day. Cleaning will include applying disinfectant using an electro-static spray.

    Transportation Information

    Students arriving at school must enter one of the following doors based on transportation.

    Bus Riders

    • English hallway on 5th street

    Drivers/Drops-offs/Walkers/Bike Riders

    • Clock Tower
    • 6th Street Main Entrance
    • 6th Street Main Gym Entrance

Athletics & Activities

  • A message from July 1, 2020

    Dear LPHS Families,

    On behalf of the Athletics & Activities Department, I hope everyone is safe and doing well. The school closure and cancellation of sports last spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic was an incredibly challenging and unfortunate experience for our students,families, teachers, coaches, and members of the LPHS community. While many questions remain unanswered as we approach the 2020-2021 school year, the purpose of this letter is to provide as much of an update as possible regarding LPHS athletics and activities.

    Any summer workouts being conducted at this time are limited to strength and conditioning exercises while maintaining safety measures, such as health screenings, small groups of no more than 10 people, and social distancing, in accordance with the IHSA and IDPH’s approved Stage 1 Return-to-Play guidelines. All IHSA-member schools are currently awaiting IDPH’s approval of the Stage 2 Return-to-Play guidelines, which would potentially increase the number of people permitted in one space for a gathering and permit activities specific to each sport or activity, including marching band. After the guidelines are reviewed and approved locally, schedules will be shared for sports and activities that will be gathering under the Stage 2 parameters.

    Below are some other items to note, specifically for fall sports.
    • Pending approval of Stage 2 guidelines, teams will be allowed to conduct workouts the week of Monday, August 3rd, which had typically been no-contact week in past years.
    • All students will be required to have a current physical in order to participate in athletics when the season begins.
    • Pending approval to resume athletics, the first day of practice for fall sports is Monday, August 10th.

    Updates will be shared on our LP Athletics & Activities Facebook page, @LPHS_Activities Twitter account, and athletics website ( as they become available.

    Mr. Dan Le
    Athletic Director
    La Salle-Peru Township High School
    (815) 220-2772