Detroit Lakes High School Returns To Hybird Model on Monday
Zeke Fuhrman | Sep 18, 2020 AT 8:54 am
In an e-mail to students and staff on Thursday night, Superintendent of Detroit Lakes Schools Mark Jensen announced that the high school will be moving to the hybrid model on Monday September 21st.
"With the release of the county numbers by the Minnesota Department of Health today, and working with Becker County Health Services, we are happy to report that students will return to classes in a hybrid model at DLHS on Monday, September 21st."
Last Sunday evening, the school moved to the distance learning model after learning that a staff member had tested positive for COVID-19. Classes were scheduled to begin at the high school the next day. Custodial staff has been working hard to clean and sanitize the building before students return on Monday.
A couple reminders for students returning on Monday: all students and staff are to wear face coverings at all times while inside the building. If students need a mask, the school will provide one.
Also, student parking and student drop-off zones will be different with the construction projects at the high school. Students will need a parking pass to park in student areas. Students may park in the large parking lot to the southwest of the school building, in the smaller parking lot to the west of the building but not in the Laker Pride spaces or Visitor spaces, or on the street around the school in areas designated by the city. Parking Permits are required on all vehicles before October 1. Parking Permits are free and available in the office when students turn in a completed form.
Parents that drop their students off will need to drop their children off in the drop off zone located on Roosevelt Avenue.