3.26.20 Update

3.26.20 Update
Posted on 03/26/2020
3.26.20 Update

March 26, 2020 

Dear Lake Geneva Schools Families: 

I sincerely hope all of you have enjoyed your spring break. With that, I know the COVID-19 pandemic has changed many of our plans and our way of life. As we end spring break, I hope all are healthy and stay that way. As you probably know things have changed since we started spring break. A summary of those changes and the impact on our students, families and schools follows. I sincerely hope we can return to school this year, but we will take the following measures to make the best of a difficult time. Once again, stay healthy and I wish all a successful fourth quarter as we complete the 2019-2020 school year.

On Tuesday, March 24, 2020, Governor Evers directed the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to issue Emergency Order #12, better known as “Safer at Home” prohibiting all non-essential travel with specific exceptions. This order took effect at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 25 and will continue until at least Friday, April 24, 2020. 

The governor’s order extends the mandated period of school closure through April 24, 2020. Lake Geneva Schools plans to resume its virtual learning program on Monday, March 30, 2020, through April 24, 2020. During the health emergency, Lake Geneva Schools will be able to continue its free breakfast/lunch pick up program for children.


Grab and go bag meals will be available to all children resuming on Monday, March 30 through at least Friday, April 24, 2020. Children will be allowed to grab a bag lunch and a bag breakfast to take for the following day.

Pick-Up Hours:  11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday



  • Badger High School (220 E South St, Lake Geneva)

    • Commons Door J which is located on the east end of Badger on Wells Street

  • Central-Denison Elementary School (900 Wisconsin St, Lake Geneva)

    • Cook Street Doors

  • Star Center Elementary School (w1380 Lake Geneva Hwy, Lake Geneva)

    • Door D (Outside Cafeteria Door)

All students who are 18 years old and younger or a disabled adult age 19 through 21 participating in a public or private educational program are eligible to receive lunch and breakfast in our grab and go program. Children do not need to be Lake Geneva Schools students.  

Meal distribution points and methods are subject to change. 


Lake Geneva Schools will resume its virtual learning program for students on Monday, March 30 through at least Friday, April 24, 2020. During the extended period of social distancing, virtual learning will ensure that students can continue in their educational growth while they maintain a connection with their teachers and peers. Please make sure your students engage in their virtual studies beginning next Monday, March 30.

We will continue to follow the 2019-2020 Academic Calendar.  There will be no Virtual Learning on April 10 and April 13.


If your student is having technology-related issues, please email [email protected]


Lake Geneva Schools will continue to have abbreviated office hours in all buildings the week of March 30 - April 3. All school buildings and the administration office will be open for calls or urgent in-person assistance from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Students who need personal or learning possessions from the schools should make every attempt to obtain them this week as those hours will likely be very limited after April 3. The preferred method of contacting our offices is by phone or e-mail. The District Administrative Office phone number is 262-348-1000; Badger High School,  262-348-2000; LGMS, 262-348-3000, Central-Denison, 262-348-4000; Eastview, 262-348-6000; and Star Center, 262-348-7000. If you have to enter the building, please practice social distancing by trying to keep a six-foot distance between our staff and yourself.

Lake Geneva Schools wants to emphasize to all community members that it is vitally important that everyone adhere to the governor’s mandate for social distancing. For the full details of Emergency Order #12, “Safer at Home,” please visit this link. If followed, these mandates will save lives and limit the spread of COVID-19. Together we will get through this!


Dr. James Gottinger



Visit our Coronavirus Update webpage for details and updates.

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