Little Falls Community Schools
Distance Learning Plan

The following processes and guidance are the same for students and families in the district, regardless of which school their child attends.

School specific details are also linked below.

April 23 Update – Distance Learning has been extended through the end of the 2019-2020 school year.

Attendance Procedures

Students are expected to work on academics daily, following the school calendar.

Attendance Details

Food Service Procedures and Plan

We are providing breakfast and lunch free of charge via delivery or pickup.

Food Service Details

Childcare for Essential Personnel

Childcare for school-aged children up to age 12 is available for essential personnel.

Childcare Details

English Language Learner (ELL) Support

District ELL teachers are in direct contact with students and their families using various online and traditional tools to deliver instruction.

More ELL Details

Special Education

Each child’s case manager will be in contact with the parents of students on their caseload with special education instruction focused on meeting IEP goals or IFSP outcomes.

Special Education Details

Technology Support

Students in 5-12th grade have their district issued iPads at home. We have wifi access available outside each building.

Technology Support Details

Students and Families Experiencing Homelessness of Housing Transition

Our district has identified students currently experiencing homelessness and will continue to monitor any circumstances that may cause new students or families to be identified.

Support Details

Mental Health Supports for Students, Families, and Staff

Each school has established a Communication Plan and a Student Intervention Plan. Concerns generated from these contacts will be forwarded to school social workers.

Support Details

Meeting the Needs of our Staff

The district continues to provide key communication to staff through district email from Superintendent Jones and building principals.

Support Details

Assess and Adjust: Monitoring the Distance Learning Plan

This plan, and the results of it–including impacts on student access, ability to accurately measure student learning, and reasonableness of expectations for students, families, and staff, to name a few–will be monitored at least weekly.

Frequent communication with students, families, and staff will solicit feedback from all stakeholders.

Student learning data (gathered from a variety of assessment methods–informal, formative, traditional, project-based, etc.)will be reviewed at the student-level, grade-or-content-level and site-level to assess impact of the DLP on desired student outcomes.

School Distance Learning Details

Each school has established a specific Distance Learning Plan. Click the button below for your school’s details.