Lindbergh, Mehlville will have virtual learning day Thursday

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Cooper Jennings makes a snow angel on a snow day off from school in January 2019.

Both Lindbergh Schools and the Mehlville School District will have a virtual learning day Thursday due to inclement weather.

Both Lindbergh and Mehlville announced that Feb. 24 would be a virtual learning day for students due to inclement weather. Missouri allows virtual learning for school attendance, so the closure will not extend the 2021-2022 school year.

All Lindbergh campuses and Mehlville campuses will be closed.

In Mehlville, virtually learning begins at 9 a.m. Parents and students should check their email Thursday morning for further information from their school or teacher. There will be no after-school activities, Y Club, community enrichment or other events.

Lindbergh parents and students should expect to receive an email from their teachers or principal on virtual learning days, which will include the daily schedule and times when students are expected to log on for instruction.