Update on COVID-19

Wednesday, April 1, 2020 Nevada School Closures Extended to April 30

Legacy families,
This afternoon, Governor Sisolak formally issued a “Stay at Home” directive for Nevadans and extended the nonessential business, gaming and school closures and all other directives issued under the Emergency Declaration to April 30, 2020.

This directive reinforces the Governor’s earlier advisory for Nevadans to stay home and will go into effect at midnight on April 1, 2020.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures present challenges and can be unsettling, we are proud of the decision by the state and its commitment to the health and safety of all Nevadans.

Likewise, Legacy’s commitment to providing a high-quality education throughout the closure remains unchanged. While our school buildings are closed, we will continue to provide students with distance learning opportunities. Click here to read more about our plans. Please note: we will not be providing remote learning during Spring Break next week (April 6-10), as we hope you will enjoy time at home as a family and still give your children the break they have been looking forward to.

On March 20, Governor Steve Sisolak suspended state testing requirements for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. Therefore, SBAC testing will not be administered to Legacy students in Nevada this spring.
During this time, we encourage you to reference our FAQs for Legacy Families, where you will find the latest information related to campus operations and ongoing education opportunities for students.
If you have questions about online learning during school closures and beyond, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Together, Legacy schools and its engaged parents understand that remote learning solutions have become an essential component in our unified fight against COVID-19.
We are pleased to be able to provide our students and families many of the resources necessary to ensure continued academic progress and help us all stay connected to classmates and teachers!

Sincerely,
Eve Breier, Ed.D.
Deputy Superintendent