MDHHS to allow re-opening of all schools for face-to-face instruction

As you may have heard, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced an amendment to its most recent epidemic order which will allow schools across the state to re-open for face-to-face instruction. For us, this means that all of our students (K-12) will return to face-to-face instruction starting January 4, 2021. 

The new order is effective Monday, Dec. 21 and will last until Friday, Jan. 15.

From Governor Whitmer:

“These past few weeks, Michiganders across the state stepped up and did their part to slow the spread of COVID-19, and because of our collective hard work, we are now able to begin the steps to carefully lift some of the protocols we have in place,” said Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. “I am encouraged by the progress we have made since early November, and will continue to monitor the data closely during and after the holidays. One of the most important things Michiganders can do right now is make a plan to get the safe and effective vaccine as soon as it’s available to you. And as always: mask up, practice safe social distancing, and avoid indoor gatherings where COVID-19 can easily spread from person to person. We will eradicate this virus together.”

We will keep you up to date with information regarding extra-curricular activities as it becomes available.

Suffice it to say, we are excited to see all of our students back in school. 

Bolt Blog

One thought on “MDHHS to allow re-opening of all schools for face-to-face instruction

  1. How do I just keep my child doing the remote learning because this is becoming a huge pain cause everytime she goes back she gets quarantined because of someone else not doing what is required of them.

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