The Lindbergh Schools School Reopening Task Force gathered on Wednesday, June 10, to further narrow options for fall and continue working in subgroups.
Based on the community feedback and the ability to provide social distancing in buildings, the task force is looking in-depth at what details will be required in order to offer two separate options for students: 1) full-time, in person instruction, and 2) a high quality virtual learning experience for families who need this option.
Task Force: At-A-Glance
The School Reopening Task Force is made up of 61 committee members, including 13 parents, nine teachers, seven students, 15 instructional leaders, 14 classified (non-teaching) staff and leaders, and three Board of Education members.
Task force members were selected using a targeted process to ensure that a broad range of experiences, programming needs and areas of expertise would be represented. There are members representing every Lindbergh school, including teachers, administrators, parents, students, medical professionals, health sciences professionals and crisis management experts.
Share Your Feedback
Lindbergh community members are invited to share feedback with the task force throughout this process. To send a message to any of the subcommittees, please fill out this online form:
The School Reopening Task Force’s primary goal is to provide a safe, high-quality learning environment for all students and staff, and create a plan that meets the diverse needs of students within this current pandemic. This group will meet weekly over the summer and share a draft plan with the community in mid-July. Until then, the district will share weekly updates via email and online.