Loleta Union School District has lost two of our staff member’s which were Bear River Tribal Members. We considered both family, their family is in our hearts and prayers. Loleta will be providing grief counseling for student’s, staff, family or other community members that have been affected by this horrible tragedy. If anyone needs counseling please call our office so we can help you!
“Forever in our hearts, forever our friends, you were loved”!
Distant Learning for 5th Grade Class, Wednesday March 3, 2021! Please keep students home! Thank you
The Vision of the Loleta Union School District is to:
Provide a safe environment that educates all students for future success.
The mission of the Loleta Union School District is to provide for all an engaging learning environment to:
• Produce high school ready students
• Promote critical thinking
• Develop good citizens
• Foster problem solving for students with rigorous curriculum
• Offer enriching learning experiences
The most important piece of information today is to let you know that after listening to families, staff and community members, the Board has voted to go to 100% Distance Learning after the Thanksgiving week holiday. We are doing this in cooperation with Dr. Teresa Francovich’s strong recommendation that was sent to all schools last week requesting two weeks of a “pause” (or quarantine) after each holiday due to the dangers of Covid transmission caused by travel exposure from our populations. Our 100% DL will continue through the Winter holiday, two weeks beyond that for another quarantine period with in-person school resuming using our hybrid method on Tuesday January 19th after the Martin Luther King Holiday. Continue Reading Principals Corner January 2021
January 27, 2021 THEME OF THE WEEK: Resilience: Trying Even When Things are Hard Dear Students and Families, As we finish this last week of January, I hope all of you have gotten back into the swing of things and into a schedule for being successful at school. I would...