LSR7 Staff Vaccination Plans

We finalized plans with the Jackson County Health Department and Truman Medical Center to provide vaccination opportunities for nearly 2,000 LSR7 staff members who have chosen to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Swiftly and safely vaccinating our staff will help us to keep our LSR7 school community safe while ensuring students receive high-quality education.

Timeline

On Thursday, Feb. 25, Governor Mike Parson announced that Missouri will move into Tier 3 of Phase 1B of its state vaccination plan on March 15. School personnel are eligible to receive vaccines in Tier 3, as per state and Jackson County Health department guidance.

Find more information, click here to visit Missouri’s COVID-19 vaccine information site.

LSR7 Clinics

Our incredible Health Services team has gone above and beyond this year as we navigated the global pandemic together. In March, this amazing team continued its impact, staffing two staff vaccine clinics.

Thank you to our RNs, LPNs, Health Clerks on the Health Services team, our Facilities and Technology teams and all of our staff volunteers for your invaluable contributions in keeping our staff healthy and safe. And thank you to the Jackson County Health Department and Truman Medical Center for partnering with us to provide this important opportunity for our interested staff members.

Reminders (updated March 25)

  • Click here to see a calendar of spring 2021 calendar changes (PDF)
  • On Thursday, April 15 and Friday, April 16, the district will have asynchronous virtual learning for all students so that our staff can be vaccinated.
  • To adjust for these virtual days, middle and high school students (currently learning virtually on Wednesdays) will attend school in-person on the following Wednesdays: April 14 and May 26.

Additional Resources

COVID-19

COVID-19 Dashboard
LSR7's COVID-19 dashboard will provide week-to-week information in an effort to proactively share the impact COVID-19 is having on our school community.  

Books

Health and Safety
School officials are currently monitoring the spread of COVID-19 with guidance from the Jackson County Health Department and taking necessary precautions to ensure the protection of our community and prevent the further spread of COVID-19. 
Click for more information on COVID-19 health and safety precautions, responses to cases, communication and more.