Dear Lenape Students, Parents, and Families,
As was explained in our April 9th Community Update, our continuity of education plan is changing in response to Gov. Wolf’s mandate that all schools in Pennsylvania remain closed for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year. We know that the faculty, staff, students and school community were hopeful that somehow Lenape would be able to re-open so that our students could return to finish out their school year. Unfortunately, this will not be possible.
Up to this point, students have been engaged in Enrichment and Review learning activities. This work has been optional and has not impacted students’ current grades. Instead, students were able to remain engaged in learning and fine-tuning their understanding of important concepts they were studying prior to the closure.
However, now that schools are required to be closed for the remainder of the school year, Lenape students will begin participating in what is called “Planned Instruction.”
Although the format for Planned Instruction is very similar to what students have been doing so far, the major difference is that beginning Monday April 20th, all students will be required to participate in and complete all coursework, assignments, and activities.
These assignments will be graded. Teachers will also be tracking your participation as a form of attendance.
Please read the following information carefully, as this will outline your plan for successful completion of the 2019-2020 school year.