Study Hall Information

We are looking forward to welcoming your child to our building for in-person study hall beginning on 11/2!  Please read below for important information on the safety protocols we are following on campus, as well as other information you need for a successful return to campus.

Prior to your child’s return to campus, please review our board policy and acknowledge that you have reviewed it by completing this form.

LCA offers a Hybrid Schedule for Grades 9-12 students beginning November 2nd. The scholars who opted to return to campus, via the Quarter 2 family survey, will engage in at-home distance learning two days a week and in-school distance learning while in study hall two days a week on campus.

Schedule & Transportation:

  • Students who signed up for study hall will come to the building on the following days: 9th and 12th grades will be in person on Mondays and Tuesdays, and 10th and 11th grades will be in person on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

  • On days when students are not in person, they will complete their classes from home as they have been doing in Quarter 1.

  • Arrival will begin at 8:10 am.

  • Dismissal will begin at 4:00 pm.

  • We will call you with your child’s bus stop and time.

  • If your child is arriving to school by car, please have them remain in the car until we have taken their temperature and completed a health screener.

Safety protocols:

  • Students should stay home (and participate in virtual classes if they are able to) if they are sick and/or have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 (cough, fever, body aches, runny nose, sore throat, fatigue, headache, loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea) and/or have had contact with someone with a positive COVID-19 diagnosis.

  • If your child has symptoms of COVID-19 and/or someone in your house has tested positive for COVID-19, please contact our front office.

  • Students, staff, and visitors must wear masks while on campus.

  • Students, staff, and visitors will have their temperature taken and answer health screener questions upon arrival.

  • Students and staff will practice hand hygiene and social distancing throughout the day.

  • Classroom spaces will be disinfected each day, and high touch surfaces including door handles and restrooms will be disinfected throughout the day.

ALL scholars who attend school “in-person” will be required to:

  • stay home if sick and/or have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 (cough, fever, body aches, runny nose, sore throat, fatigue, headache, loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea) and/or have had contact with someone with a positive COVID-19 diagnosis.

  • have a temperature check prior to entering the school building each day.

  • wear a face-covering covering the mouth and nose during the entire day.

  • wear a mask the entire day.

  • wash hands upon entering the building, a minimum of every 2 hours during the day, and upon exiting the building.

  • stay in a static group of students (up to 30) and have all their classes in one physical classroom throughout the school day.

  • remain socially distant from others while in the classroom as much as possible.

  • do classwork in assigned areas/desks.

  • use the restroom in small static groups.

  • eat in classrooms. Breakfast and lunch will be provided for students who wish to eat school meals.

  • bring bottles of water from home. Water fountains are inaccessible.

  • bring school supplies every day. Scholars cannot share supplies. ChromeBook (fully charged), ChromeBook charger, headphones, pens/pencils, notebooks, and any other supplies needed for their classes.

  • adhere to normal cell phone policy.

  • adhere to Dress Down Uniform guidelines:

    • No profanity, vulgarity, references to acts of violence, gangs, drugs, or alcohol

    • No midriffs can show

    • Tops should not be low-cut or revealing

    • No hats or sunglasses allowed inside of the building

    • Shorts/skirts/dresses must pass the “fingertip” test (when a student is standing up straight with arms to the side, their shorts/skirt/dress must fall below their fingertips)

    • If jeans have rips/holes, those holes must start below fingertip length

    • Leggings or tights must be worn with a top/dress/skirt that passes the fingertip test

    • No spaghetti straps or strapless shirts or dresses allowed 

    • No undergarments (for boys or girls) allowed to show

    • Shoes must fit our regular shoe dress code (i.e., closed toe, closed-back shoes, no sandals).

(NOTE: The school reserves the right to add or revise guidelines for safety and health per New Orleans Department of Health.)

IMPORTANT: Changes in scholars’ participation via distance learning or “in-person” status may only be made at the end of each quarter.

Again, we look forward to welcoming your child back to campus. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact us at 504.503.0004 or review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on our site.

Sincerely,

The Livingston Collegiate Team