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  • Normandy, Area School Buildings to Remain Closed for Balance of 2019-2020 School Year

    Posted by Normandy Schools Collaborative on 4/9/2020

    Districts to Continue Remote Learning for Students

    Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and for the ongoing safety of students, staff and the community at-large, area school superintendents have conferred, collaborated and come to the difficult decision to keep schools closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. 

    This decision follows recommendations from local health departments and is in collaboration with government officials. District superintendents will continue to follow the guidance of these experts as decisions are made on end-of-year events in the best interest of the health and safety of district students, staff, and communities. 

    “These are unprecedented times for communities, and for education. The safety of all students and staff remains uppermost in our minds. With the decision to physically close all schools until the end of the year, we are working to assure that safety,” said Dr. Charles J. Pearson, Normandy Superintendent of Schools. “I want to thank our students, teachers, staff, and families for their patience and cooperation during this challenging period in our lives. We will get through this and working together will be the key.” 

    Normandy has been providing free Grab & Go meals to any student within the footprint, and plans to continue this offering until the end of May (the original end of the school year). The district is also finalizing plans for its next distribution of Chromebooks for students to continue learning remotely. Updated information on the meal and Chromebook distribution will be shared once plans are finalized. 

    “This is our commitment — remote learning will continue for all students, whether we are working with technology or with printed packets,” Dr. Pearson continued. “We will continue to provide meals to families and students in need as safely as possible. NSC will continue to collaborate with all community partners to meet the needs of students and families in the 24:1."

    No decisions have been made regarding specific end-of-year activities such as prom or graduation. District staff are working with health and government officials to determine if these events will occur or held at a later date. The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is working to determine how districts will handle summer school. Families will be notified once decisions have been made regarding these matters.

    For information on district and community resources, and remote learning plans available during the COVID-19 crisis, please visit

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  • Changes to Grab & Go Meal Schedule

    Posted by Normandy Schools Collaborative on 4/5/2020


    Changes to Grab & Go Meal Schedule: Due to the school holiday on Friday April 10, the schedule for Grab & Go meal distribution for the week of April 6 will be Monday, Wednesday & Thursday. Meals will be available via bus drop-off and at the schools. There will be no meal distribution on Friday, April 10. 

    Beginning Monday, April 13, the schedule will move to Mondays and Thursdays. Meals will be dropped off with students/families at bus stops throughout the district (see attached revised schedule) beginning at 10 a.m. on Mondays and Thursdays. Meals will also be available at drive-through pickup locations at each school (except CASA) between the hours of 11 a.m. & 12:30 p.m., also on Mondays and Thursdays. 

    PLEASE NOTE: Students can get meals for the days without drop-offs. For example, on Monday, families can get meals for Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday (on Thursday, pick-up for Thursday & Friday, etc).

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  • Updates on Chromebook Distribution, Grab & Go Meal Schedule

    Posted by Normandy Schools Collaborative on 3/29/2020


    To support virtual/remote learning for our students, families who do not have devices at home will be able to check out district Chromebooks (one per family). There is a $25 deposit required for Chromebooks (covers insurance for the device in the event of loss or damage to device). 

    • Deposits must be made online. Sign up at the Normandy Technology page:
    • For the device pickups, parents will remain in the car and the devices will be brought to the car. 
    • Devices must be picked up by enrolling parent/guardian with proper identification. 

    IT preparing chromebooks Once the deposit is made online, Chromebooks can be picked up at Lucas Crossing School Complex, 7837 Natural Bridge Road, on the following dates/times:

    • Wednesday, April 1, 11 am -1 pm 
    • Thursday, April 2, 12 noon - 2 pm 
    • Friday, April 3, 11 am - 1 pm 

    Our current curriculum and lesson plans have a virtual component that will allow students to access materials online. 

    • Teachers will use district-issued email and Google for Classroom accounts to communicate with students.
    • Teachers will reach out to parents (either via email or phone) to assist families with assignments and if using the online option, to help with login. 
    • Teachers will also be available during regular school hours to answer questions or provide assistance if needed. 

    For those families who prefer paper copies of the assignments as an option, please contact your child's teacher. Class assignments will be posted online. 


    Meals Available Monday, Wednesday & Friday: We are changing the schedule for the student Grab & Go meals. Normandy will continue to provide grab-and-go breakfasts and lunches for students. Meals will be dropped off with students/families at bus stops throughout the district (see attached revised schedule) beginning at 10 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays. The revised bus drop-off schedule will go into effect Wednesday, April 1.

    Meals will also be available at drive-through pickup locations at each school (except CASA) between the hours of 11 a.m. & 12:30 p.m., also on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. 

    PLEASE NOTE: Students can get meals for the days without drop-offs. For example, on Monday, families can get meals for Monday and Tuesday (on Wednesday, pick-up for Wednesday and Thursday, etc).

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