Need to Know

  • Supporting in-person learning for Lindbergh students is our top priority for the 2021-22 school year. We know from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines that being fully vaccinated or wearing face coverings properly will prevent the need for quarantine if students or staff are exposed to COVID-19 at school. Simply stated, these two steps allow your student the best chance for a more normal, in-person learning experience this year.

    Our district will continue to remain flexible as we monitor cases and community spread on a school-by-school basis. We are thankful for your continued support and partnership as we work to provide a safe learning environment for all.

    Together, we can take steps to support in-person learning for students, in a safe, healthy school environment. All of these measures are designed with your student’s academic, social, physical and mental wellbeing in mind.

    Face Coverings

    • To start the school year, face coverings must be worn indoors at all times
    • Face coverings do not need to be worn outside
    • Outside time and learning opportunities will be encouraged
    • Please bring a face covering to school every day

    Social Distancing

    • Flexible grouping will occur in classroom settings to meet instructional needs
    • Three feet of social distancing will be supported in classrooms when possible

    Supporting In-Person Instruction

    • All students will attend school in person, five days a week
    • Fully vaccinated individuals will not need to quarantine
    • If two people are both correctly wearing face coverings, are at least 3 feet apart, and no respiratory symptoms are present, then they will not need to quarantine, even if neither is vaccinated
    • Trained contact tracers work closely with St. Louis County Department of Public Health


    • School buses return to full capacity
    • Face coverings are required for all students and staff on the bus
    • Students will have assigned seats
    • Frequent cleaning of seats, railings and surfaces

    Clean and Healthy Schools

    • All classrooms have access to cleaning supplies
    • Custodial staff clean classrooms and student areas daily
    • eMist surface cleaning will continue to protect from both flu and COVID-19

    Food Service

    • Meal service returns to normal
    • Power Lunch returns at LHS
    • Practice “Food in 15” (minutes) to keep everyone safe
    • Students wear face coverings when not actively eating
    • Students eat meals in cafeteria; assigned seating for elementary


    • Buildings will open to visitors for school and student business
    • All visitors must wear face coverings and sign in at the main office

    Staying Well

    • Families will complete the daily health screening at home each day
    • Students and staff should stay home if they feel sick, even if fully vaccinated
    • Schools will separate well and sick visits
    • Students showing symptoms at school will be sent home
    • Students showing symptoms who have seasonal allergies may only attend school if the district has a note on file from their doctor. This note must state that the symptom they have is their baseline and they do not require exclusion from school. If you have a note on file from your doctor that is dated within the last 12 months, you do not need to submit another note before the start of school.