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    The Wentzville School District is committed to the health and safety of our students, staff, and community. This resource will be updated regularly as we receive new information related to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the St. Charles County Department of Public Health, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


  • Virtual Academy

    Wentzville School District Virtual Academy provides a full virtual option for families who have health, safety, or other concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic and do not feel comfortable returning for the start of the 2020-21 school year. WSD Virtual Academy is also for students who prefer a virtual learning experience as an alternative to in-person learning.

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  • Health and Safety Precautions

    We are taking every precaution we can to try to keep our students and our staff safe during this COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    We have developed this Frequently Asked Questions document to assist families and it will be updated regularly as we work out the logistics of multiple scenarios and as conditions and guidance change related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Presentation about Metrics ~ September 17, 2020

    Presentation about Metrics ~ August 20, 2020

    St. Charles County Department of Public Health School District Dashboard

    Message to Families ~ September 18, 2020

    Message to Families ~ August 5, 2020


    Missouri School Reopening Guidance



    The administrative team has been working throughout the summer in collaboration with staff and stakeholders to prepare for our students’ return to school and learning in August. Parents and staff were surveyed multiple times in an effort to address concerns and incorporate a variety of perspectives in the plan to start the new school year.

    On Monday, July 20, the Roadmap to Reopening Plan was shared with the Board of Education. Parents have the option of choosing in-person learning with phases that will change depending on the health conditions in the community and in our schools, or 100% virtual learning for their student. Our goal is to provide high-quality instruction and learning opportunities in a clean and safe environment for students and staff.  The in-person option includes three different levels that individual schools or the District as a whole may need to move to at any time based on the status of transmission in our community and the guidance from health officials. This plan will be updated as necessary and any changes will be communicated to staff and families as quickly as possible.


    On September 17, the Board of Education voted to return to LEVEL 1: In-person Learning beginning October 19 (end of the first quarter).

    On August 5, Dr. Cain shared with the Board of Education that he plans to begin the 2020-2021 school year at Level 2: Blended Learning and remain there through the first quarter. He added that if needed, we could move to Level 3 during that time. 


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