LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston Public Schools (LPS) is now producing a periodic digital newsletter called “LPS Leads” that will specifically address issues related to hybrid and remote learning based on staff input as well as public feedback and questions received through the two district Emails created for this purpose.
According to Superintendent Dr. Matthew Block—who praised LPS Communications and Community Outreach Coordinator Michelle Bent for implementing and overseeing the newsletter—LPS Leads will serve as “a learning tool to help our school community continue navigating new ways to empower all to learn, create, contribute and grow.”
“As we work to provide the best education possible for our students under extraordinary circumstances, a strong partnership between home and school has never been more important,” said Block. “LPS Leads is a new district publication dedicated to communicating information to families to help them navigate the ever-changing world of remote and hybrid learning. LPS Leads is a vehicle to allow our educational team to highlight new information, share innovations and enhance the home-learning experience.”
The first LPS Leads newsletter provided student workspace tips, reminders about the district’s protocols for recording during school activities, photos from throughout the elementary schools as students transitioned to the hybrid learning and more.
Some topics that will be regularly featured in the LPS Leads newsletter also include calendar reminders as well as links to technology resources, cyber safety and security resources, remote/hybrid learning FAQs and more.
To join the mailing list for LPS Leads or the “DISCOVER: Livingston Public Schools” newsletter, CLICK HERE.
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