• LA CONNER CONNECT

    Your one-stop resource for the 2020-2021 school year.  

    Thank you for visiting La Conner Connect.  We are in the process of fully developing this page with all of the resources and information you will need for the 2020-2021 school year.  In the meantime, if you have a question, please contact your child's principal or Cherri Kahn's at the district office.   Cherri can be reached at 360-466-3171.


    Upcoming Events and Notices:

    • Town Hall Zoom Meeting, 06/23/2021 @ 6:30 pm: Zoom Link Passcode:  569436
      • Topic: "Meet the New Superintendent, Mr. Will Nelson"
     

     
      Town Hall Zoom Meeting, 06/09/2021 @ 6:30 pm: Zoom Link Passcode:  569436
    • Topic: "Student Panel Reflects on the Year"
    • View Video Here Passcode: 5dDs6?&7
     
    • Click Here to see past recordings of past Town Hall Zoom Meetings:  LC Connect Town Hall Sessions Video Links 
    • NEW: Health Attestation Form in FinalForms - In our collective efforts to keep students and staff healthy and safe we are asking you to make sure your student can answer NO to 4 questions from the CDC every day before school. A new form has been added to your student's form set in FinalForms. Please log in using the link below and read and sign the form electronically. Thank you and stay safe! By doing your part you’re helping keep all of us safe.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact the La Conner School District Nurse; Morgan Driscoll at mdriscoll@lc.k12.wa.us or 360- 466-3172 x1282 


    High School We are planning to begin in-person learning (also known as hybrid learning) for grades 9-12 on March 29th.  There are two choices; families can choose from either: • In-person learning or • Remote learning. In both choices, students will access all coursework through Canvas; assignments will be posted on Fridays for the following week, and students will have a full day of learning regardless of which model they choose. High School Hybrid _Remote Choice Letter.pdf

    Middle School - We are planning to begin in-person learning (also known as hybrid learning) for grades 6-8 on March 1st. In order to plan appropriately for a smooth transition, we need to know how many students will be coming into the building for in-person learning, and how many students will continue with remote learning. Grades 6-8, please complete the survey by noon (12:00 PM) on FRIDAY, February 12

    Letter from Secondary Principal Kathy Herrera


     
    We are excited to get more students back on campus!! As we prepare to bring back Preschool-1st Grade students to in-person learning on Monday, here is a short video on what it may look like as students return. Our Reopening plan and additional information are posted on our website.  https://youtu.be/jINIXWgTfvs

    Reopening Plan LCSD- Jan 25, 2021

     


    Elementary Principal Fakkema - Letter to the Parents Hybrid Learning Returning to School 

    Carta en español de la directora de primaria Heather Fakkema RE: Modelo de aprendizaje híbrido

     


    CLOSED - Elementary Learning Options Survey - To plan for staffing and other logistical considerations, at this time, we are asking only our elementary families to tell us which model of learning (remote or hybrid) is best for your student(s).  Please complete this survey once for each child in your household, in order to help us make decisions for each grade and each classroom.  Here's the link to complete the survey.

     


    CLOSED - Mutual Parent Support Questionnaire - Realizing that remote learning places a burden on parents and that they could likely use some support in educating their children, La Conner School District would like to help connect willing parents in the education of their students. The idea with this questionnaire is that parents will enter information on what kind of support they are looking for, or what kind of support they can offer.  
     
    The survey results will be reviewed at least every Friday starting Dec 4.

    Returning to School Parent Survey Results Survey Results


    You may be eligible to receive Ziply internet service at your home for free. Washington’s K–12 Internet Access Program allows students and their families to connect at no cost to you. There will be no credit check or denial based on past-due bills. Apply to Receive Free Ziply Internet Service

     


    Skagit County NEW Drive-Through Test Site is now located at the Skagit County Fairgrounds, 501 Taylor Street, Mt.Vernon, 98273.

    Hours of operation Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 12: 00 p.m. -7:00 p.m. 

    Excerpt from the press release: Skagit’s drive-through test site will continue to be open to anyone who lives or works in Skagit County who feels they need to be tested for COVID-19. Residents coming to the new test site at the Fairgrounds will enter through the South Gate. 


    La Conner Connect 2020-21 Learning Plan.  Click Here To View.

    La Conner Connect


    What do you need?  School Supplies, Technology Assistance, Etc.

    Every student received school supplies at the Back To School Braves Day.  Is there something else you need?  Or, when you run out of something, use this link to request supplies.  All students received a laptop or tablet.  The district will also provide support to any family needing help with internet connectivity.

    If you need assistance with Technology or having Connectivity issues, please email techsupport@lc.k12.wa.us

    CLICK HERE TO REQUEST WHAT YOU NEED.

    Request access to view and control filtering on your student's device


    Registration/FinalForms - Are you registered as a student for 2020-2021?

       Attention Please

    All current and new students need to complete their return to school and registration paperwork through Final Forms for the 2020-2021 school year.  This replaces the paper registration packets used in the past.  Even if you are a continuing student, you need to register.   CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!


    Food Services - Free Breakfast and Lunch Delivered for ALL students.  

    Did you know breakfast and lunch are FREE for all students enrolled in La Conner School District?  Yes!  This is because we are part of OSPI's Community Eligibility Program (CEP).  

    All enrolled students will have the option to have breakfast and lunch delivered to their homes daily free of charge.  To sign up, complete the Food Services Survey in the Final Forms. Meal Delivery will be from 1-3 pm, Mon-Fri to the family residence. Any questions re: delivery, please contact Kim Pedroza, 360-202-6426.  CLICK HERE. 


    Library Resources - Check Out Books! 

    Would you like to check out books or resources from the library?  CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION


    Preschool

    SeeSaw Learning Management System - Click Here to Access SeeSaw


    Elementary

    SeeSaw Learning Management System - CLICK HERE TO ACCESS SEESAW.

    SeeSaw for Parents Training Videos


    Middle School and High School

    Canvas Learning Management System - Click Here to Access Canvas as a Parent 

    Canvas for Parents: Short video - How Canvas Works

    Canvas for Parents: Longer video - Parent Pointers: Understanding Your Child's Canvas Account

    Steps for Creating a parent account and linking it to students and the Canvas App (See Steps 4, 5, and 6 of this handout from Braves Days)

     


     

    School Year Calendar

    To view the 2020-2021 school year calendar - CLICK HERE