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Parents/Guardians of Mather Elementary 4th grade students should pick up a Chromebook, class materials and Google Meet schedule between 1:00pm and 4:00pm today in the Mather Elementary office. Devices and materials will also be available for pick up at the office from 8:00am to 3:30pm on Thursday and Friday.

Pete Kelto

9 days ago

On Tuesday, November 17, 2020 Munising Public Schools was notified by the LMAS District Health Department that a Mather Elementary fourth grade student tested positive for COVID-19. Based on discussion with the health department, we have made the decision to transition all 4th grade students to remote learning for the next two weeks. Parents of the students determined to be close contacts are in the process of being notified and students will be following quarantine protocols. Fourth grade students will return to school on Tuesday, December 1st. Arrangements will be made for parents of 4th grade students to pick up Chromebooks on Wednesday, November 18, and remote learning will begin on Thursday, November 19. Munising Public Schools continues to work closely with the LMAS District Health Department to monitor the health and safety of our students.

Pete Kelto

9 days ago

Munising Public Schools will be following the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services epidemic order and transition grades 9-12 to remote learning beginning Wednesday, November 18, 2020. High school students will return to in-person instruction on Wednesday, December 9, 2020. All remaining students, early childhood through 8th grade, will continue attending school in-person. We will provide further details on the remote learning process for grades 9-12 on the school website at munisingschools.com and on the Munising Public Schools Facebook page later today.

Pete Kelto

9 days ago

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued an epidemic order this evening that, among other things, will suspend in-person instruction for most students in grades 9-12 beginning on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. Those students will transition to remote learning until at least Tuesday, December 8, 2020. All students should plan on attending school on Monday and Tuesday of this week. A decision regarding continued in-person instruction for Early Childhood through 8th grade students will be made based on input from the LMAS District Health Department. We will notify everyone of the decision as soon as possible.

Pete Kelto

11 days ago

On Tuesday, November 10, 2020 Munising Public Schools was notified by the LMAS District Health Department that a contracted employee tested positive for COVID-19. No other employees or students were identified as close contacts. The Active Confirmed and Active Probable COVID-19 cases at Munising Public Schools are posted on the MPS COVID-19 DASHBOARD link on the school website at munisingschools.com. Munising Public Schools continues to work closely with the LMAS District Health Department and plans to continue in-person instruction.

Pete Kelto

16 days ago

Munising Public Schools is now required to follow the MHSAA maximum spectator limits beginning with the winter sports season which starts tonight with Middle School boys basketball against Manistique. There will now be a two-spectator limit per participant through December 31, 2020, when the MHSAA will re-evaluate the spectator limits. Winter sporting events are not open to the public beyond the two-spectator limit.

Pete Kelto

22 days ago

On Monday, November 2, 2020 Munising Public Schools was notified by the LMAS District Health Department that one student tested positive for COVID-19 and another student is considered to be a probable positive. Several students and staff members were identified as close contacts and will be following quarantine protocols. The close contacts have been notified by the health department. Munising Public Schools plans to continue in-person instruction.

Pete Kelto

24 days ago

On Tuesday, October 29, 2020 Munising Public Schools was notified by the LMAS District Health Department that a school employee tested positive for COVID-19. One classroom of 1st grade students in Mather Elementary has been identified as close contacts and will be following quarantine protocols. Parents of the students determined to be close contacts have all been notified. The quarantined section of 1st grade students will transition to remote learning through Wednesday, November 11th, and return to in-person instruction on Thursday, November 12th. Munising Public Schools will continue with in-person instruction for all other students.

Pete Kelto

28 days ago
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