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Employee Communications

Our number one priority is to ensure helpful and timely communication reaches our employees during this uncertain time. All employee communications are listed below  for easy access according to the date it was dispersed. If you have any questions, please contact Kayla at kcobaugh@thelearninglamp.org. Thank you for your continued patience and support during this challenging time.

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Employee Communication_November 18, 2020

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Employee Communication_March 2, 2021

Employee Communication_March 16, 2021

Employee Communication_April 1, 2021

Employee Communication_April 5, 2021

Employee Communication_April 16, 2021

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