Lindbergh Green Light Plan

  • Safe, Healthy and Ready to Learn

    The Lindbergh Schools Green Light plan provides an overview of the tools that our school district has available to keep students and staff safe and healthy, and respond to COVID-19 spread in our community.

    The Board of Education has approved this plan, and implementation of any portion is the responsibility of the superintendent or his or her designee. Lindbergh Schools has a legal obligation to prevent the spread of contagious disease in schools, which is supported by Missouri State Statutes 167.191 and 171.011, Board of Education policies EBB: Communicable Diseases, and GBE: Staff Health and Safety, and Missouri Supreme Court ruling (State ex. Rel. O’Bannon v. Cole).

    The tools outlined in this document allows us to remain flexible as we work to accomplish our most important goal, which is to prioritize in-person learning and keep students and staff healthy and safe. As we continue to evaluate COVID-19 data in our community, and in our schools, one or more of the tools listed below may be employed at any given time to mitigate spread of the virus.

Learning Environment Options

  • About

  • Virtual Learning Environment

  • Hybrid Learning Environment

  • In-Person Learning Environment

  • Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

Mitigation and Prevention Strategies

  • Face Coverings

  • Social Distancing

  • Handwashing and Respiratory Etiquette

  • Health Screening

  • Exclusion From School

  • Contact Tracing

  • Diagnostic and Screening Testing

  • Vaccination Efforts

  • Cleaning and Maintaining Healthy Facilities

  • Food Service

  • Transportation