COVID-19 Information

Current Updates

As conditions continue to develop, be sure to check back soon for further information on closures and plans for our Lutheran North community. 

March 23, 2020
During this time of national concern over the Coronavirus, school will be conducted through the E-Learning format. Fortunately, Lutheran North was among the very first schools to use E-Learning days, so we are ahead of the curve. Of course, holding school virtually for an extended time will be quite different than an occasional virtual day. This information is designed to alleviate many questions and concerns as we embark on a new way to educate students. 

Full parent and student information regarding e-learning day schedules, expectations, etc can be access with the download links on the side of this page. 

March 17, 2020
The planned production of Guys & Dolls is postponed with hopes for rescheduling in the coming weeks. Until further notice, all practices and showtimes have been canceled. 

March 16, 2020

The Lutheran High School Association will support the recommendations of our government and health service leaders and will join with the other major school districts and independent schools to cancel on-site classes and activities in our school buildings following spring break and continuing until April 3. An update about e-learning opportunities in the coming days and weeks ahead will be announced as our faculty and staff has solidified information. 

  • Per MSHSAA, as long as Lutheran North is not in school, we cannot have practices or games.  Currently, this applies through April 3, 2020.  
  • MSHSAA state competitions for music and speech & debate have been cancelled.
  • MSHSAA state competition in Scholar Bowl has been postponed.
  • MSHSAA district and postseason competitions for spring sports have not been cancelled at this point. 

Previously scheduled for home-opening weekend, the Cardinals will release a new date for Lutheran Schools Day at the Ballpark following the cancelations of games in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. More details TBD.