With Covid-19, Gull Lake Community Schools began the school year full online for September after ending with completely on line last spring trimester. Starting October 5, the Gull Lake Schools plan to transition to a hybrid of face-to-face and virtual learning.
Currently the Gull Lake schools plan to have students with last names A-K attend face-to-face learning on Mondays and Tuesdays and students last names L-Z will be in the building on Thursdays and Fridays. Any week day a student is not in school, they will participate in online learning.
“At this point, we are planning a HS zoom meeting next week Thursday night for all HS community to hear the Covid safety and schedule information,” said Don Eastman, high school principal.
The details of this will be on the school website.
The school board is considering hosting a family zoom meeting for details on the return on September 28. More solidified information is planned to be released the week of September 21.
“Gull Lake Community Schools has designed a Return to Learn Plan that includes learning plans, health and safety, technology, and transportation,” said Gull Lake schools website.
Currently high school students are attending their first two classes for 50 minutes on Mondays and Thursdays, then they attend their last three classes for fifty minutes each on Tuesdays and Fridays. On Wednesdays the students attend all five classes for 30 minutes each with an hour break for lunch in between.
“Any changes in dates and times will be communicated on the websites or through principal e-newsletters,” said Gull Lake schools.
The information in this article and any updates can be found at the Gull Lake Community School’s Return to Learn website.
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