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Return-to-Learn Plan 2021-22

Working with local and state officials, district administrators have assembled the Linn-Mar Covid Return-to-Learn Plan for the 2021-22 school year.

The document is subject to change.


2021-22 Linn-Mar Return-to-Learn Plan  

(Revised 9-16-21)

Please Note:  If you have suggestions regarding the Return-to-Learn Plan, please contact us via email.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Can I switch to virtual instruction?

Yes, here is a link to the application form


Is virtual instruction like last year?

No, it is through a third-party vendor called Edmentum.  For more information, see this link.  

Additionally, here is a video about Edmentum (20 mins) 


Can I enroll my children in homeschool?

Yes, homeschooling is always an option for parents.  There are several options for homeschooling.  For more information use this link. 


Is there a mask waiver? 

A waiver can be requested through your child’s principal.  These will be considered on a case-by-case basis.


Can I request open enrollment into another district?

Yes, because this situation has changed since the open enrollment deadline, we will consider open enrollment requests on a case-by-case basis.


We Are Linn Mar Long Banner


To address the impact that the Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) has had, and continues to have, on elementary and secondary schools across the nation, the Federal Government is providing emergency funding.

It is referred to as an ESSER Fund (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund)

The Linn-Mar Community School District has prepared its ESSER Report regarding the use of those funds.

State and federal officials ask us to share our ESSER Assurances Report as well.