Information about the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and School Closure

Distance Learning

Visit our Distance Learning page for our District Plan and school plans.

Childcare
During the mandatory school closure, Mahtomedi Public Schools will provide childcare for enrolled Pre-Kindergarten through age 12 children in our district of “emergency workers critical to the State’s response to COVID-19.” We have contacted families who have requested care at this time. For more information, visit our childcare support page.

 

Food Support
Beginning Monday, March 23 and continuing during school closure, Mahtomedi Public Schools will be offering FREE meals to any child in our community between the ages of 1 and 18. For details and resources about additional food support, click here to read more on our food support page.

 

Mental Health Support
North Homes Children and Family Services is committed to continuing to provide mental health services to your child during school closure. North Homes will be providing mental health services through tele-health or phone contact while school is closed. The mental health professionals will be contacting you to set up a schedule to provide ongoing mental health services. At this time, North Homes can also take new referrals. Click here to access the referral form. If you have questions or need more information, please contact Lindsay Morgan at lindsay.morgan@isd832.net or her direct work cell phone at (218) 244-7241.


Volunteers
We have started a volunteer Google Form you can fill out if you’d like to help We will communicate with this group as needs arise in our community.

Below, please find helpful links and information regarding the Coronavirus Disease.
We know that our students have questions about the Coronavirus Disease and some are feeling uncertain. We have created informational videos for our students with easy to understand graphics and language used with permission from National Public Radio. The videos give an overview of Coronavirus and clear up common misunderstandings.


 The video below includes a voiceover from Principal Scott Briske.