Lake Dallas High School Transitions to Remote Learning Due to Flooding

According to Lake Dallas High School, the flooding was caused by heavy storms as well as in-progress construction

A before (left) and after (right) photo shows flooding inside Lake Dallas High School.
Lake Dallas ISD

Lake Dallas High School will transition all current in-person learners and teachers to remote learning due to flooding inside the school.

According to school officials, the flooding was caused by heavy storms as well as ongoing construction projects.

The transition to an entirely remote learning environment is temporary and will last through Friday.

Lake Dallas High School reminded students and parents that Monday is a districtwide holiday in observance of Labor Day.

Tuesday marks the start of parent- and guardian-decided learning environment choices.

All in-person learners will return to campus on Tuesday, Sept. 8, Lake Dallas High School said.

The school said that students and parents should reach out to Lake Dallas ISD's temporary help desk if they experience technical challenges regarding Chromebooks, Classlink, or Gmail during remote learning.

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