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Back to School

Public Health-Muskegon County has informed and approved the final MAISD Preparedness and Response Plan 20-21 - Board Approved. This plan meets the required and highly-recommended guidelines in the MI Safe School Roadmap.

At this time, MAISD is steadily and safely reopening. The Document Center is open to accept print and lamination jobs (231-767-7245 or print@muskegonisd.org). All other staff are working a staggered schedule at our buildings and remotely until Labor Day. We plan to resume regular office on September 9. For general questions, please call 231-777-2637 and leave a message.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Professional Development workshops will be offered remotely through September 30, 2020.

 

Parent Mask IconParent Toolkit

Up-to-date info for parents and caregivers during the pandemic.

Back-to-School Letters & Videos for Parents

Letters

MAISD Letter
CTC Letter
Lakeshore Learning Center (LLC) Letter
Transition Campus Letter
Wesley School Letter

Videos
So Easy A 4-yr-old Can Do It
CTC COVID-19 Safety Protocols Video
LLC COVID-19 Safety Protocols Video
Transition COVID-19 Safety Protocols Video
Wesley COVID-19 Safety Protocols Video

Health & Safety Resources

Public Health-Muskegon County
COVID-19 Back-to-School Parent Toolkit

Public Health-Muskegon County
COVID-19 Back-to-School Student Checker 
designed by MAISD

New coronavirus testing site in Muskegon County

Michigan Department of Health & Human Services
COVID-19 Website

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
COVID-19 videos

 

Additional Resources

 

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WINGS at Home is an online student activity database with over forty projects designed for passionate learners, curious minds, and “outside-of-the-box” thinkers for children Grades K-6.
 

 

Teen boy sad while doing classworkHackley Community Care School-based Health Programs offer telehealth appointments for patients and parents of school-aged children to speak to a counselor, Monday through Friday, 8AM - 4PM.  To schedule a phone visit with a school-based mental health provider, please call one of the Teen Health Centers: Muskegon 231-733-6680 or Oakridge 231-733-6830 - After Hours Number 231-737-3882.
 

Telephone Operator HotlineThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has a statewide hotline where public health and other experts will respond to health-related questions about coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19). The hotline is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 1-888-535-6136.