COVID-19 Resources

Please note: these were the health policies and resources in place for the 2020-2021 academic year. We are still working on updated policies and resources for fall 2021.

The greatest strength of our MICDS community is, and always will be, its people. With this in mind, our commitment in these moments of heightened uncertainty is to ensure the well-being of our students, faculty, and staff while sustaining the best possible framework for great teaching and learning.

We are currently working on a framework for when classes resume in the fall of 2021. Stay tuned for updates!

As always, guidelines are subject to change at any time based on updated CDC and St. Louis County Department of Public Health guidelines.

School Model

2020-21 School Model

On August 18, 2020, we welcomed MICDS students to school with distance learning both from campus or home. In October 2020, we launched our hybrid learning model where grades 7 through 12 alternate weeks in attending classes on campus or virtually. Junior Kindergarten through 6th grade students had the opportunity to attend school on campus each day. All families also have the option to do virtual learning full-time. On March 29 through the end of the school year, we offered an in-person learning option to every student every day.

Health Policies and Resources

COVID-19 Health Policies and Resources

Please note: these were the health policies and resources in place for the 2020-2021 academic year. We are still working on updated policies and resources for fall 2021.

Glossary of Terms