The Louis Riel School Division (LRSD) Learning from Home School (LFHS)/L'École Apprendre-chez-soi is a robust and fully staffed school with programming in both English and French Immersion.
The LFHS will support students in kindergarten to Grade 12 who are required to learn from home due to a medical condition that affects them or a member of the household.
If the above requirements are met, parents/guardians must contact their current school principal to further discuss their situation.
The school principal, in consultation with LFHS staff, will determine if learning from home is applicable. If so, the family will then be sent registration details for the LFHS. A medical certificate may be required.
Once enrolled, students will join LFHS classmates from across the division. Students will receive at-home instruction with a combination of real-time live-streamed teaching and pre-recorded lessons from a team of teachers. Instructional interns, guided by teachers, will also be assigned to support students in their learning. Parents/guardians will play an important role in supporting their child's learning.
If a student's medical condition changes, the parent/guardian should consult the LFHS staff to reassess the student's enrolment.
If the medical condition should change and the physician advises that in-school learning is possible, the parent/guardian should consult the LFHS staff to reassess the student's enrolment.
If there is no medical requirement for your child to learn from home, the Manitoba Government mandates that students attend in-school learning at their current school or register with the province for homeschooling.