COVID-19 Information

Litchfield Public Schools

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We plan on updating you as often as needed using Infinite Campus text messaging, email , facebook and our webpage

PDF versions of communication sent home (via email, text) will be posted below:

Food Service - Meals

Litchfield Schools are working diligently to meet the food service needs of every child in our district. Fill out this form weekly on Wednesdays to get a meal for the following week. If you are having meals delivered, expect to receive them each day Monday thru Friday unless the day falls on a scheduled break. Please refer to the 2019-2020 academic calendar for scheduled breaks.

Q & A

Child Care

Childcare information for families of emergency workers can be found here.

No internet at home?

Please see Many cell phone providers are offering hotspots with your plan or providers have student distance learning reduced cost offers.

Fill out the Tech Support Form below for more assistance.

What is COVID-19?

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID-19 is a new viral respiratory illness caused by a coronavirus. Currently, there are a small number of confirmed cases in Minnesota. View fast facts about COVID-19 (coronavirus).

Information about how to talk with children about COVID-19:

The National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) has prepared guidance for parents to talk with their children about COVID-19.

Additional resources for the most up-to-date information:

Minnesota Department of Health

Meeker County Public Health

Minnesota Department of Health Prepare and Protect for COVID-19

Centers for Disease Control COVID-19 Resources

Family Emergency Preparedness

The COVID-19 Hotline can be reached at 651-201-3920 Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Kindergarten Round Up Scheduled for April 3rd Postponed.

Be Aware of Scams

Criminals know that more people are now working from home, using home internet for work and school, and some may have fears about COVID-19. Check an email to verify it is from a legitimate source before opening it or an attachment. You can often do this by hovering over the senders email and verifying it is the correct email source. Re-read the email and the ask yourself if the sender would actually write to you in that format. Call. Never be afraid to call the sender and ask if they sent it.

FTC & FDA: Warnings sent to sellers of scam Coronavirus treatments

Beware of criminals pretending to be WHO

When cleaning, don't forget about TV remotes, game controllers, phones, laptops and other devices. Often we place our phones and devices on public tables, desks etc.

Grades K-5 iPads Distance Learning materials

Parents, our sincerest gratitude for you patience and understanding as we navigate this uncharted territory. In order to ensure that our students' educational needs are being met, Teachers have diligently worked to prepare lessons and materials in the event we need to use Distance Learning.

***Please adhere to the district responsible usage policy per our school handbooks. The handbooks can be found on our website under parent communication.