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Whether you are returning, new to the district, or about to begin Kindergarten, we can’t wait to meet you and your family.

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DIstrict News

From Superintendent Ryan: Gradual Re-Entry Plan

I'm writing to offer some updates and clarification on our progress forward in the plan to reopen schools. As I shared last Friday, I will recommend to the Board of Education on Monday, September 28 that the district begins a gradual return to face-to-face instruction beginning the week of October 5.

From Superintendent Ryan: Return to School Update

Provided we maintain our current trajectory, I am confident recommending to our Board of Education on Monday, September 28 that the district begins transitioning from distance learning to face-to-face instruction in October.

Meal Distribution Services Extended

Our Food Service and Nutrition program saw a 100% increase in meal pick-up participation today. As a result of this growing support, we are extending our meal distribution services.

Technology Troubleshooting Tips

If you are experiencing slow or dropped Internet coverage, here are some tips for improving your connection.

Technology Device Distribution Schedule Change

Due to the delayed delivery of our last shipment of Chromebooks, we are moving back the Groups 3-4 technology device distribution dates, which were originally scheduled for September 16-17 and September 23-24. You will receive further communication from your building with the rescheduled pick-up dates and times.

From the Athletic Director: Fall Sports

On Thursday, September 3, Governor Whitmer signed an Executive Order permitting fall sports to practice and compete beginning on September 8 and 9.

Back to School Welcome from Dr. Ryan

"We get to choose our attitude, and how we face adversity. We get to decide what we choose to take away from this experience. In short, give grace, not grief."