Our weekly newsletter contained comments by our head of school, as he explained some changes to the color-coded map.
All schools, both public and private, are expected to adhere to the WVDE School Alert System map to guide in-person instruction and extracurricular activities.
The excitement of returning to school and the smiles and delight expressed by everyone - teachers, students, parents, and staff - has been a breath of fresh air considering all that we have done to plan for this moment.
In his letter to the Linsly community, Mr. Zimmerman expresses how eager we are to begin the school year.
Linsly has published its guidelines for the start of the school year, as well as an updated calendar.
Please read Mr. Zimmerman's update for July 9, 2020.
Nurse Campsey provides a brief statement about our commitment to the safety of our students.
Mr. Zimmerman is proud of how well the school community united to overcome what has been a most unusual spring semester.
Here's the latest updates on what you need to know concerning plans for the remainder of the school year.
Online Classes to Continue through Remainder of School Year
Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman send good wishes for a happy and healthy spring weekend.
Video: On this beautiful day, Mr. Zimmerman praises the efforts of our school community.
Video: Mr. Zimmerman discusses his thoughts and updates the school community.
Video: Head of School Justin Zimmerman addresses the community after our first week of online learning.
Video: Mr. Zimmerman addresses the Linsly community by answering questions in this online video.
Mr. Zimmerman continues to provide updates on our school's current status concerning the COVID-19 virus.
Head of School, Mr. Justin Zimmerman, sent all Linsly parents updated information concerning the school's plans on dealing with the COVID-19 situation.
Mr. Zimmerman keeps the Linsly community updated on the latest information concerning the Coronavirus: