Date(s): 24-OCT-2017- 25-OCT-2017
Time(s): See agenda tab
Location(s): See agenda tab
Los Alamos Public Schools (LAPS) and other school districts around the country, are looking closely at adjusting K-12 school start times to better align with data about the amount of time students need to sleep and when. The purpose of the community and school meetings was to engage the public and LAPS stakeholders on whether to adjust the 2018-19 school start times for the LAPS high school, middle school and elementary schools. The meetings also addressed how to optimally set school start times for LAPS students and their families.
Who Attended the Community Meetings?
What Happened at the Community Meetings?
These meetings provided participants a chance to learn about the pros, cons and considerations for adjusting school start times and share their perspectives with the Los Alamos Public School Board.
What Happens After the Meetings?
Following the community meetings, the Los Alamos Public School Board will use the input received to inform its deliberations on adjusting school start times. The community meetings were convened and funded by LAPS.
Each day, community forums included multiple meetings. Some are especially for students, others for school staff and some for all stakeholders including students, parents, caregivers, staff, community leaders, and business professionals.
Meeting Dates: October 24-25, 2017
|Tues, Oct. 24*|
|1:30-3:30 PM||Students and staff at Los Alamos Middle School|
|4:00-5:15 PM||Elementary school staff at Los Alamos High School, Speech Theater|
|5:30-7:30 PM||Community meeting, Los Alamos High School, Speech Theater|
|Wed, Oct. 25*|
|Morning sessions||Students and staff at Los Alamos High School|
|11:30-1:00 PM||Students at Los Alamos High School, Speech Theater|
|5:30-7:30 PM||Community meeting in White Rock, Piñon Elementary School|
This report helped to inform the stakeholder discussions regarding school start times.
Feedback received from the meetings will be posted here soon.
There is no registration fee for the community meetings. Early registration is highly recommended, as there may be high demand for limited space.
Office of the Superintendent
Los Alamos Public Schools