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COVID-19 and School Closure Resources for Parents

We encourage you to stay informed regarding COVID-19 by regularly checking for updates from your area health department and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Additionally, please join our LOGOS School Families Facebook Page for support within our community.

Missouri Resources

Missouri COVID-19 Information Hotline: (877) 435-8411

Area Food Pantries - Enter your address to find food banks in your community.

St. Louis City Health Department

St. Louis County Health Department

St. Charles County Health Department

Warren County Health Department

Jefferson County Health Department

Franklin County Health Department

Illinois Resources

Illinois COVID-19 Information Hotline: (800) 889-3931

Area Food Pantries - Enter your address to find food banks in your community.

Madison County Health Department

St. Clair County Health Department

Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020, families that qualify for free or reduced price meals at school may be eligible for a new one-time Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) of up to $302 per child (PK-12) to help cover the cost of meals students have eaten at home on days that schools have been closed. Click HERE to go straight to the application and HERE for additional details and FAQs. 



At LOGOS, we have an integrated Student Information System called Blackbaud, which has e-learning capabilities built into it.  All of our students and parents have a login for this cloud-based system. Through Blackbaud, students and parents can access assignments, online class bulletin boards and learning pages. Additionally, students and parents can communicate with teachers through Blackbaud. 

If you experience difficulty logging in to the system or need a password (new or reset) please email Alex Heines at

Starting Term 5, LOGOS School will follow these guidelines for eLearning:

Requirements Per Core Content Class

Grade Level

Work per Day Maximum

Instructional Time Minimum per Week

Interface Time Minimum per Week

Feedback Minimum

Communication to Parents Minimum

Middle School

20 minutes

20 minutes

20 minutes


Once every 2 weeks

High School

30 minutes

30 minutes

30 minutes 


Once every 2 weeks


Maximum Work per Day: This is the maximum level – not the required level. Work will be new material coinciding with the beginning of Term 5 for our students.

Instruction Time: Instruction time will be comprised of a variety of strategies to help reach/accommodate all students in the best ways possible. Instruction time can include videos, articles, written assignments, direct correspondence between student and teacher and more. Instructional time can be split up over 2 or more days depending on the lesson.

Interface Time: Interface time includes the amount of time spent in a group using a virtual platform like Zoom, Google Hangouts or Microsoft Teams. To address Zoom security issues, we are utilizing passwords and the waiting room function to protect our students.

Feedback: We will provide regular and timely feedback on student work/progress directly to the student.

Communication to Parents: This is the minimum amount we will update parents on their student’s expectations, engagement, work completion and progress.

Classes will be held following this schedule:

  • Monday: English/Language Arts
  • Tuesday: Science
  • Wednesday: Math
  • Thursday: Social Studies
  • Friday:
    • 10:00-11:30 PE & Health
    • 11:30-1:00 Art
    • 1:00-2:30 Spanish


Virtual Therapy:

LOGOS School therapists are expected to deliver one hour of individual therapy to every student each week.  Therapist will check in with each of their assigned students and plan for two thirty-minute sessions each week.  Depending on the needs of the student, the number of therapeutic sessions could vary but total therapeutic time will be at least one hour per week. Therapists and students will use Google Duo to facilitate virtual therapy sessions.

Parent Zoom MeetingS:


Below are resources to help your kids (LOGOS students and younger siblings) keep occupied while they are home and to help decrease stress at home for you:

Additional Resources