Little Falls school district offers child care for health care workers, law enforcement


Little Falls Community Schools District is providing child care for families of health care and emergency workers after Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz recently ordered schools closed.

The district will provide child care for school-aged children 12 and under who are enrolled in Little Falls Community Schools, according to the information posted on the district’s website.

Child care started at 6 a.m. Tuesday, March 17, at Lindbergh Elementary School, and proof from an employer is required to validate qualification for the child care service in Morrison County.

Those interested in the district-based child care service must contact the school district office at 320-632-2002 as soon as possible and before the child is brought to Lindbergh Elementary School.

The Lindbergh Elementary School child care program that began Tuesday is available to:


  • Health care workers.

  • Nursing and assisted-living employees.

  • Home care workers.

  • Patient care assistants.

  • Law enforcement.

  • Firefighters.

  • Ambulance and emergency personnel.

  • Corrections workers.

  • First-responders.

  • Emergency medical technicians.

  • Emergency medical services workers.

  • State and public health agency workers.

  • County case managers.

  • County staff in emergency management, or health and human services.

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