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USD 458 Quarantines

The Basehor-Linwood School District has yet to record any school-contact positive cases, and would like to reiterate that USD 458 does not have plans to report positive COVID-19 cases related to our school buildings. We understand that parents are concerned about the number of students quarantining in our buildings, so we would like to report the number of active quarantines each Wednesday afternoon.

Mirror Mirror on the Wall

Tonight, the first ever virtual play by the BLHS Fine Arts Department was released in a red carpet showing for cast and crew! Now you can view the play, too!

Coronavirus Information Updates

We hope that these first few weeks of our Continuous Learning Plan have gone somewhat smoothly for your children (and for you!). We thank you for your patience, communication and grace in aiding your students' learning while at home during this unprecedented time.

Chipotle Fundraiser for BLHS BotCats

Enjoy CHIPOTLE on Wednesday, October 7 between 4 and 8 p.m. and help out the BLHS BotCats! Be sure to enter code HEF8C64 to make sure our team receives funds from your purchase!

Strategic Reopening Plan Approved by the BOE 8/17

In the Modified On-Site learning plan that was approved Monday night, elementary students will attend Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays on-site. BLMS and BLHS students will attend on Mondays/Thursdays OR Tuesdays/Fridays based on the first letter of their last name. Wednesdays will be “at home” days where ALL students in the District will do remote learning. Buildings will do their best to schedule Wednesday check-ins for students at staggered times so multiple students in one family will ideally not all be meeting with their teachers at the same time.

Information for Parents Regarding Special Education Services for 2020-2021

The TBLSEC recognizes there may be many questions for families with students with exceptionalities as we begin the 2020-2021 school year with options regarding learning environments and special education services. The determination of services lies with the IEP team. The student's IEP team, including the parent, should start by thinking about the district’s general education curriculum through the different learning environments. All services and supports are intended to provide the student with access to the general education curriculum to the maximum extent appropriate. Below is a list of the learning environments offered with considerations for the IEP team.
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