Return to Learn 2020-21

Ladue Schools will begin school on Aug. 24 with all students learning virtually from home.

Students in grades K through 12 will participate in virtual learning, as outlined in Tier 3 of the District’s Return to Learn Plan, through at least the first quarter of the school year.

Upcoming Special Board Meeting

The Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Monday, Aug. 17 at 6 p.m. to continue the discussion of the district’s Return to Learn plans.

Click here to join the virtual meeting.

The password for the Aug. 17 meeting is ‘Ladue’ should you be prompted to provide one.

The Board of Education will also hold a regularly-scheduled business meeting on Aug. 24 at 6 p.m.


Below you will find links to our Return to Learn Plan and other resources you might find helpful. We encourage you to review the plan and the options available to you and your student(s) for school reentry.

E-learning Plan
Please visit this document to help answer some of your questions regarding tentative schedules and expectations.

Ladue Early Childhood Center Plan

Option 2 Enrollment Letter
If you have previously signed up for Option 2, and would like to change your decision to Option 1, please complete this opt-out form for your child(ren) to be placed in Option 1.

Some commonly asked questions regarding protocols and procedures that will be used when staff and students return for the 2020-21 school year.

Video Updates from the Superintendent

Board of Education Special Meeting – Return to Learn Plan Review (July 17, 2020)
Click the link above to access the recording for this Special Board meeting on July 17.

Board of Education Business Meeting (July 27, 2020)
Click the link above to access the recording.

Special Board of Education Meetings (Just added)
The public also is invited to our upcoming Virtual Special Board Meetings on Aug. 10 and Aug. 17. Each meeting will begin at 6 p.m.  A link to access the virtual meetings will be posted on the day of the meeting.

Community Connect Virtual Meetings
During these meetings, parents were provided the opportunity to ask questions and share feedback with Superintendent Dr. Wipke, the Leadership Team, and Building Principals.