Need to Know

  • This information summarizes the Lindbergh Green Light Plan to provide our community with the most essential information. We invite all families and staff to read the plan in its entirety by clicking the “Our Plan” menu link.

    Start the Conversation at Home

    The graphics below are designed to help you have a conversation with your student about coming back to school this fall.

Two Options, Three Phases

  • Two learning options are available: virtual and in-person

    • All families must complete a Learning Option Commitment Form for each student, to select in-person learning or ARC (Accelerated and Remote Courses) virtual instruction
    • This form is due on or before Aug. 2, and can be completed in the SIS Portal.
    • Flexibility to transfer between virtual and in-person learning options will be offered for the first four weeks of school, to ensure that families are able to select the plan that best fits their student’s needs.
    • Families can learn more about ARC virtual instruction by watching this informational webinar for parents and guardians. Click the link below to watch:

    Our plan has three phases to respond to COVID-19 spread in our community

    • Movement between these phases can be influenced by a number of factors, including St. Louis County Department of Public Health guidance.

    • Phase 1
      • Students attend daily in-person with social distancing measures to the best of our ability.
      • Students also may choose ARC (Accelerated Remote Courses) full-time virtual instruction.
    • Phase 2
      • Students who attend in-person will follow an alternating day schedule, based on the student’s last name.
      • Students will attend in-person either Tuesday and Thursday or Wednesday and Friday. On the other days, students will participate in virtual instruction or independent work.
    • Phase 3
      • All learning will take place virtually.

Facilities, Health and Safety

  • Daily Health Screenings

    • All students and staff will complete a daily health screening at home prior to coming to school.
    • If COVID-19 symptoms are present, you must stay home.

    Face Coverings

    • All students and staff must bring a face covering to school.
    • Face coverings will be required for all staff, and students in grades K-12.
    • Face coverings must be worn on the bus at all times.


    • Cleaning will be done more thoroughly and frequently throughout the day.
    • Hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies will be available in every classroom.
    • We will promote healthy handwashing techniques.

    Smaller Class Sizes, Minimizing Student Contacts

    • We will reduce class sizes and support social distancing to the best of our ability.
    • We will schedule strategically to minimize student transitions and number of contacts during the day to the best of our ability.
    • Our district architects at Perkins+Will have closely examined all learning spaces districtwide to mine space, guide classroom layouts, and leverage larger learning spaces to allow students to work independently.

    Food Service

    • Meals will be “Grab and Go,” and students will eat in a socially distanced environment.

    Separate Health Rooms

    • We are designating two separate health rooms in each school.
    • One room will be for normal school nurse visits, such as daily medications.
    • The other room will be for students presenting with symptoms of an illness.

    Trained Contact Tracers

    • We have trained contact tracers on staff in each building to ensure proper notification protocols are followed when an individual tests positive for COVID-19.

    No Outside Visitors

    • Schools will be closed to outside visitors, including family members.
    • Exceptions will be made for essential business only.


    • We encourage all families to pick up and drop off students from school if possible. This will allow us to social distance on buses to the best of our ability.

    • Bus transportation will be limited.
      • Elementary school students must live more than .5 miles from school
      • Middle and high school students must live more than 1 mile from school
      • Considerations will be made to create safe walk-to-school zones and avoid hazards (ex: four-lane highways)
    • All families who qualify for and need bus transportation must sign up for service. More information about this will be shared soon.