Loon Lake School District offers the Loon Lake Home-link (LLHL) Program to families in the area, and can accept out-of-district students as well. The purpose of this program is to provide support to those parents educating their kindergarten-eighth grade students at home. This past year, LLHL served over 100 students. Some of those students came to on-site classes, and some were “Distance Learners” only.
The Home-link building is located behind the Old Loon Lake School (now the Historical Society).
The school year program provides:
- Appropriate curriculum and instructional materials
Enrichment activities, workshops, and field trips are also available as funding allows. These include:
- Ski program
- Christian Youth Theater (CYT) plays
- The MAC
- Mobius Science
- Cat Tails
- Roller skating
While the school year runs September-June, on-site enrichment activities and classes are offered on Fridays beginning in October. This year, the Home-link Program will offer classes for the on-site students in grades K-8th
- Physical education
- Early learners
- Stained glass (for 4th-8th graders)
Certified teachers help families meet the requirements for academic achievement. The Home-Link has several classrooms, including a computer room, curriculum library, kitchen facility, and parent’s room for families with babies and small children. In addition, the Home-Link students use the elementary school gym for P.E. classes.
If you are interested in 2018-19 enrollment for your students educating at home, please email (preferred) [email protected] or call the Home-Link office at 233-8185. Please leave a message.