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Graduation Photos

Graduation photos are now available to view and download. Link to photos

July 16th Regular School Board Meeting & Work Session

Report Cards:
Kindergarten-6th Grade report cards have been mailed out to all students
7th-12th Grade report cards will be available on ParentVUE and StudentVUE starting on Friday, June 5th

Congratulations to the Class of 2020
2020 Graduation: Virtual Commencement
Thursday Bulletin


End of the year - school material return and student personal material pickup will be at the following days and times:


Wednesday, May 20th 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

Thursday, May 21st        8:00-12:00

Friday, May 22nd             8:00-11:30 and 12:30-3:00

This will be on the north side of the school at the gym doors. Please use social distancing guidelines - at least 6 feet apart while waiting if there is a line.


This may take time so please be patient. Each student will have a checklist of what books they are to return (including library books). Make sure you bring all materials that need to be returned.

Spring Activities Update
Most of you have heard by now, but students will not be returning to the school this spring. This, unfortunately, means all spring activities have been canceled by the Minnesota State High School League. We have not been given a timeline for when things may start up again, but you will get that information as soon as it becomes available. Many people have been asking about spring activities fees they have paid. You have the option to carry paid fees over to your student(s) next activity in the fall, winter, or even next spring. You may also have the fee returned to you. Please use the link below to let us know what your preference is for your paid spring fees. One form per family is all that is necessary. Google Form Link
Students, We Miss You!
Distance Learning Expectations for Students

I will check my school email and reply to the Attendance Email from Mr. Kramer to submit that I am in attendance that day before 10:00 pm (7th-12th only).

I understand I need to check my teacher’s webpage DAILY on the Lester Prairie website to
obtain my assignments for the day.

I understand that my teachers will post new materials by 9:00 am each day.  I will check all
of my classes to see what I need to do.

I will follow the directions and complete the assignments provided by my teachers.

I will ask my family for support if I need help.

I know my teacher’s office hours (9:00-11:30 & 12:00-3:00) and will contact my teacher(s)
for support or if I have any questions.

I understand that if I do not have Internet access I will need to pick-up and drop off my
assignments for the week on Monday mornings between the hours of 9:00-11:00 am at the
specific location at the school.
K-6 at Door G on the Southwest side of the school
7-12 at Door A on the Northeast side of the school (main entrance)

I understand that distance learning is an expectation.  There is not an option for students to
“opt out” of distance learning.  Daily attendance is required.  

Distance Learning Expectations for Parents/Guardians

I understand my 7th-12th grade child(ren) will need to check their school email  daily and
reply to the Attendance Email from Mr. Kramer to be counted as attending school that day.  

I understand my K-3 grade child(ren) teacher’s will send a daily email to confirm my
child(ren) attendance.

I understand my 4-6 grade child(ren) will receive and answer a daily question from their
classroom teacher as a way to verify attendance. 

I understand I will need to support my child(ren) and possibly help them contact teachers
with any questions about their coursework.  Teachers are available on school days between
9:00-11:30 am and 12:00-3:00 pm via email or phone.  Contact information can be found
on the teacher’s webpage. 

I understand student participation in distance learning is an expectation.  There is not an
option for students to “opt out” of distance learning.  Daily attendance is required.  

I understand it is best practice to have daily conversations with my child(ren) regarding
their daily progress on the distance learning assignments.

If I don’t have Internet access for distance learning I understand I will need to pick-up and drop-off work on Monday mornings between 9:00-11:00 am.  If that is not possible, I will need to contact the school as soon as possible to figure out an alternative plan.
Distance Learning Starts Monday, March 30th through at least May 4th

Mandated by Governor Walz and the State of Minnesota.

The Lester Prairie Schools Website will be the hub of Distance Learning for LP students. 

Every school day students in grades 7th-12th will receive a Daily Attendance email from Mr. Kramer.  Students will need to fill out the linked Google Form to verify they are in attendance that day. 

Every school day classroom teachers of students in grades Kindergarten – 6th will be reaching out to the students and/or parents via email or webpage forms to verify attendance.

Every school day students will need to go to their teacher’s webpage on the district website to find the lesson instruction and assignments for the day.  

Every school day teachers will be available to answer any questions students may have between the hours of 9:00-11:30 am and 12:00-3:00 pm.  

Teacher webpages will have at least 2 ways of contacting them:  email and phone number.

If you have any questions or need help on the assignments, PLEASE do not hesitate to contact your teacher(s).  

                         We are here for you!!!

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