Los Alamos Middle School will transition to temporary remote learning Friday through Jan. 23. Courtesy/LAPS
Los Alamos Public Schools (LAPS) has announced that the number of positive COVID cases among staff and students at Los Alamos Middle School (LAMS) over the past 14 days today reached the 5 percent threshold.
Beginning Friday, Jan. 14, LAMS will transition to temporary remote learning. Students will remain in remote learning through Jan. 23.
LAMS Principal Suzanne Lynne has sent a message to all students, staff and families with guidance on remote learning for the next 10 days.
All in person classes, meetings, or activities must be held remotely, be rescheduled, or be canceled during this window. This includes after school clubs and YMCA.
“We will continue to update the community as the situation evolves. We appreciate your patience and commitment to the safety of our schools,” Interim Superintendent Jennifer Guy said.