COVID-19 ResponseInformation on Little Falls Community Schools' response to COVID-19
Please see the LFCS 2021-2022 Back to School site for specific information on our return to school this Fall.
If your child is identified as a close contact to a confirmed case of COVID-19 at school, parents will receive a phone call notification and follow up letter. The following quarantine guidance from the Minnesota Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control...
2021 COVID Protocols As of Tuesday, August 17, 2021 Below are the COVID protocols under which Little Falls Community Schools will operate at the start of the 2021-2022 school year commencing September 7, 2021. Please note that these protocols are subject to change as...
I wanted to share some newsworthy information with all the stakeholders of Little Falls Community Schools pertaining to a return to In-Person school for our students in January 2021. The COVID case rate numbers for Morrison County and LFCS are at their lowest points...
It has been another tough day at Little Falls Community Schools following a very difficult weekend concerning the coronavirus as it continues to impact our schools, our classrooms, our bus routes, our students, and our staff. It has become readily apparent that we...
Press ReleaseLittle Falls Community SchoolsSaturday, November 14, 2020 Lindbergh Elementary School will be transitioning to Distance Learning immediately. Monday, November 16, will be a Transition Day for staff at Lindbergh. Distance Learning for students at...
Resources for the Community
Talking to Children about COVID-19
- Remain calm and reassuring
- Make yourself available
- Monitor television viewing and social media
- Be honest and accurate in a developmentally appropriate way
- Review and model basic hygiene and healthy lifestyle practices for protection
- Focus on what you are doing to stay safe
More Detailed Resources:
Managing Anxiety and Stress
Managing Anxiety & Stress – Things you can do to support yourself
- Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media.
- Take care of your body.
- Make time to unwind.
- Talk with people you trust.
- Seek help when needed.
Manage Anxiety for Teens
- Normalize Anxiety
- Offer Perspective
- Shift the Spotlight
- Encourage Distraction
- Manage your Own Anxiety
More details from this article in the NY Times.