Co-educational     K-12     Dallas, Texas

Lakehill Preparatory School is tracking news and information about the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the area. This is a quickly evolving situation so please check this page regularly for the most up-to-date information concerning Lakehill.

Lakehill Updates:
Lakehill will remain closed through April 13, 2020.
Stay up-to-date regarding online learning and student assignments through emails from Ms. Frullo, the Divisions Heads, and faculty, as well as through Renweb Lesson Plans.

In this time of uncertainty, it is best to rely on information from reliable sources. Please reference these organizations for information.

Letter from Roger L. Perry, Headmaster, March 25, 2020

Letter from Roger L. Perry, Headmaster, March 18, 2020

Letter from Roger L. Perry, Headmaster, March 16, 2020

Letter from Roger L. Perry, Headmaster, March 12, 2020

Letter from Roger L. Perry, Headmaster, March 11, 2020

Letter from Roger L. Perry, Headmaster, January 28, 2020

Other Updates:
3/22/20: Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins on Sunday night called for residents to “shelter in place,” meaning you shouldn’t leave your house except for grocery shopping, essential medical services, or going to work at an essential business. Nonessential businesses, including churches, are required to cease in-person operations effective at 11:59 p.m. Monday. The “Stay Home Stay Safe” order, effective as of 11:59 p.m. on March 23, will continue through April 3.


3/19/20: Texas Gov. Greg Abbott took statewide action Thursday to mirror actions taken locally in Dallas and Tarrant counties earlier this week by declaring a disaster and ordering schools, bars, clubs and gyms to close and for restaurants to offer only “to go” service.

3/13/20: The Texas Association of Parochial and Private Schools (TAPPS) Executive Board announced that all TAPPS activities have been suspended until April 12, 2020.

Take These Steps to Protect Yourself and Others:

Resources:
5 Ways to Help Teens Manage Anxiety About the Cornavirus
How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus

Social distancing doesn’t have to mean cultural distancing.
Check out these free resources:
Metropolitan Opera Streams Nightly Performances
Google Arts and Culture Offers Free Museum Tours
San Diego Zoo Offers Free Webcam Views
Where to Take an Online Field Trip

Take time to stay active.
Try these suggestions from Lakehill coaches:
Warrior Fitness BINGO K-3
Warrior Fitness BINGO 4th-6th Grade
Basketball Drills from the Lakehill Warriors Varsity Basketball Team