Update Video - March 27, 2020
Update - COVID 19 Minnesota Department of Health Exclusion Guidance - March 27, 2020
Update - Distance Learning Plan March 27, 2020
Update Video - March 22, 2020
Update - Community Resources - March 18, 2020
Update - Minnesota Department of Health - March 18, 2020
United Way of NE MN COVID-19 Resources Page - March 18, 2020
Contact either Kristen Cooper or Gabrielle Christianson for more information on community resources. If you have information on resources for students and families, please share these with Kristen and Gabrielle. We will be tracking resources to share with our students and our communities.
Kristen Cooper, Homeless Liaison
St. Louis County Schools
Gabrielle Christianson, School Nurse
St. Louis County Schools
United Way 211
If you are looking for resources for families for food, health, or housing support dial 211 from any phone in our region. You can also text your zipcode to 898-211 to get in touch with the United Way 211 Resources. When you call or text you will be connected to a resource sponsored by United Way to assist families in need. Their website is https://www.211unitedway.org
St. Louis County Schools Parent Resources
Visit our Parent Resources site for more information on our Parent Resource library and newsletters. The Parent Resource Library includes homework help ideas and other information on supporting students at home.
Crisis Text Line and National Suicide Prevention
Text 741741 or call 1-800-273-8255 for mental health support.
Free Breakfast and Lunch: Please complete the survey at this link to sign up 2142 students for free breakfast and lunch. District staff will contact you after completing the survey.
HIBBING: Salvation Army is operating with drive-up food pickup until further notice. Food shelf is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays 9 am to 1 am and Tuesdays 1-3 pm (closed the 4th Tuesday of each month). Produce distribution will operate under the same guidelines. Salvation Army asks that you wait in your vehicle or near the building to be served. Each household will receive a box of pre-packaged food.
MT. IRON: The Quad Cities Food Shelf is operating with drive-up food pickup only until further notice. Customers are asked to wait in their vehicles to be served.
VIRGINIA: Arrowhead Center has removed clothing from their outdoor pantry and filled the shelves with food. Pre-made snack bags are available for children not in school.
VIRGINIA: Salvation Army's bread table, food shelf, and supper club will be drive-through only until April 1.
BIGFORK/MARCELL: Timberwolf Inn is offering a free bag lunch to families in need starting at 11 am 3/18.
HIBBING: Bach Yen Garden Restaurant is offering a simple sack lunch to children who need it between 11 am and 2 pm 3/18 - 3/27. Call 218-263-3647 during normal business hours for more information.
Please visit this link from the United Way for additional information and resources available to families and those in need during this time. https://www.unitedwaynemn.org/covid-19-resourcesUpdate - MSHSL Activity Limitations - March 15, 2020
Update - MSHSL Spring Sports & Activities - March 13, 2020
Update - Minnesota Department of Health - March 13, 2020
Update - March 10, 2020