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Level Up SD

Created this year by the San Diego Unified School District and The San Diego Foundation, Level Up SD, a Summer of Learning and Joy features in-person classroom instruction in the mornings at neighborhood schools with San Diego Unified teachers and summer activities offered by dozens of nonprofits in communities across the city. There is no cost to families for the classroom instruction or the activities, thanks to a $31 million commitment by the San Diego Unified Board of Education. To be eligible for #LevelUpSD, students must be enrolled in San Diego Unified for the 2021-2022 school year.

Summer school generally is offered to a select group of struggling students. Level Up SD is open to all K-12 students. This means thousands of kids from every corner of our community can now take advantage of in-person teacher-led instruction and summer activities beyond the classroom, like learning to kayak or learning to fly a drone, for the first time.


Our staff hopes you have found time to enjoy the summer with your family and loved ones. I believe you would agree our community has been navigating truly unique times. The San Diego Unified School District has been actively developing the opening of school beginning with launching our new school website and Online Learning model. In this model, learning takes place primarily in the home. We are committed to providing a robust and engaging learning experience for all our students and families. Our Online Learning Menu is an informational page for our students and families to obtain access to instructional sites and brief overviews of online tools. This page will be updated as new information becomes available. 

San Diego Unified School District continues to coordinate with UCSD and local and state health officials regarding a possible timeline for returning to onsite learning. Lindbergh Schweitzer encourages you to visit the San Diego Unified School District website for more information on the latest district news and announcements. 

The Lindbergh Schweitzer staff is looking forward to working with your family this year. We will continue to share information as it becomes available. Thank you for your patience. 


Please Note: If need to report an absence, please contact Deanne Coleman at (858) 496-8400, Option 1 or email at Thank you!

Nota: Si su hijo va a estar ausente, comuníquese con Deanne Coleman al (858) 496-8400, opción 1 o envíe un correo electrónico a Gracias!

Update on Curb Site Meal Pickup

Please be advised that several school sites have closed due to low usage of the curb side meal pickups. Please review SDUSD Food and Nutrition Page near you. 

Thank you! 

-Lindbergh Schweitzer Elementary School 

Actualización de la Ubicación del Almuerzo Para Estudiantes

Desafortunadamente, debido al bajo uso, varios sitios escolares que proporcionaron almuerzos a los estudiantes durante el cierre de la escuela han cerrado. Favor de revisar nuestro sitio de nutrición y el almuerzo para conocer la ubicaciones actualizadas de almuerzos escolares cerca de usted. 

Muchas Gracias!

-Lindbergh Schweitzer Elementary School

COVID-19 Prevention Plan

The health and safety of our students and staff is of the utmost importance to us at Lindbergh schweitzer elementary school and SDUSD. Our plan is a collaborative effort between district personnel, leading UCSD scientists, the County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, Public Health Services and is based on guidance by the California Department of Public Health.  Please refer to the links below for information on our COVID-19 prevention plan.

Phase One for Reopening:


Campus Access Guide 

SDUSD COVID-19 status

Student site access guide

Family Opt-In Form

Back to School Guide 

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