Little Falls Community Schools
2020-2021 Learning Plans

The Little Falls Community School District transitioned to Distance Learning on October 26. Below you will find our three learning plans, as well as a plan for preschool and our COVID Testing Protocol.

Transition to Distance Learning

Little Falls Community Schools will transition to Distance Learning on November 18 for Preschool through 12th Grade. There will be no school on November 17, except for Lindbergh Elementary which already transitioned to Distance Learning. There will be school on Friday, November 20.

Little Falls Community Schools originally planned to transition to Distance Learning on November 23. You can check out the video below from Superintendent Jones for more information on transitioning to Distance Learning.

Stay at Home Guidelines

Parents often wonder if they should send their child to school with mild illness. Please see the attached document for symptoms that require you keep your child at home:

Stay at Home Guidelines

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2020-2021 Learning Plans

The district has put together three separate educational options for the school year. Each plan includes a transition section on how the district could move between plans.

There is also a separate plan for the Continuing Education Center, Preschool and Early Childhood and a plan for COVID-19 Testing Protocols.

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Guidance from MDE

Here is a link to Guidance for Families – Planning for the 2020-2021 School Year from the Minnesota Department of Education that may provide you with some additional information as you prepare your children and family for the start of the 2020-2021 school year.

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Questions and Comments

Please reach out to Superintendent Stephen Jones at (320) 632-2001 or sjones@lfalls.k12.mn.us with questions or comments about the 2020-2021 Reopening Plan.