• Thank you for visiting our Return to Learn 2020 Homepage.  This page will be updated regularly with information regarding returning to school, safety protocols, and other pertinent information. 

     2020-2021 SLPS School Calendar (Subject to change due to COVID-19)

     

    The below links outline the process and procedures St. Louis Public Schools will use for the following: 

    When a student should stay home or be sent home from school (Guidance Document)

     

    Process for a COVID-19 case at school (Guidance Document)

     

     

     

    July 29, 2020

    Dear St. Louis Families,

    The Return to Learn Task Force has met twice now to problem solve and develop solutions to issues in regards to students and staff returning to school for the 2020-2021 school year (Return to Learn Task Force meeting minutes are below). 

    We are continuing to offer two different options for our families (face-to-face and a virtual option).   Please click the following link to be able to see the difference between the two options. 

    Description of each learning option: Face-to-Face Learning vs. Virtual Learning

    Part of our planning requires us to find an approximate number of families who are ready to commit to the virtual learning option for the start of the school year.  This will allow us to appropriately place our resources to support both face-to-face learning and virtual learning.  We are asking families who are looking to commit to the virtual learning option to sign up using the below survey.  Please fill out a survey for each individual child you are signing up.  We are asking that only a parent or guardian fill out the survey, as we will need parental consent for a student to move to the virtual learning option.

    We are requesting families to fill out the survey by Wednesday, August 5th at 11:59 p.m. 

    If your family is making the choice to return for face-to-face learning, we do NOT need you to complete the survey.  

    Virtual Learning Sign-up

    We are continuing to implement safety protocols and procedures.  We will continue to work to implement all of the safety requirements in all of our buildings to ensure the safest environment for our staff and students.

    Please feel free to contact me or your building principal with questions.

    Sincerely,

    Jennifer McKittrick

    jmckittrick@stlouisschools.net

     

     

     

     

    St. Louis Public Schools Return to Learn Task Force

     

    July 20th Task Force Meeting Minutes

    July 15 Task Force Agenda

    PowerPoint from July 15 Task Force meeting

     

     

    Return to School Resources

     

    MI Safe Schools: Michigan's 2020-2021 Return to School Roadmap