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Bill Valima
Bill Valima
5 days ago

Good Afternoon, After completing our contract tracing this morning and consulting with the Health Department we have determined that it is in our best interest to remain open beginning tomorrow, Thursday, November 19 and only quarantine the 2nd and 4th grades. 4th grade will return to school on Monday, November 30th. The 2nd grade will return on Tuesday, December 1st. All students who are considered close contacts will be receiving a phone call from the school and then can expect a follow-up call from the Health Department. 2nd and 4th grade parents can pick up chromebooks and other material between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 19th. Please ring the bell at the elementary door and give us your information and your materials will be delivered to you. We appreciate your patients and understanding during this time. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out. Sincerely, Bill Valima Superintendent/K-12 Principal

Bill Valima
Bill Valima
6 days ago

Good Evening Superior Central Community, We were informed tonight of a positive COVID-19 diagnosis in the elementary school. After discussion with the LMAS Health Department, we have made the decision to close school on Wednesday, November 17th for all Kindergarten through 8th grade students to conduct contact tracing (9th through 12th grade is already closed per the MDHHS order). Once we have completed our contract tracing, we will make a decision regarding reopening on Thursday. I thank you for your patience and understanding as we work through this. Sincerely, Bill Valima Superintendent/K-12 Principal

Bill Valima
Bill Valima
8 days ago

Good Evening, As you may have heard the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services have moved 9th-12th grade to remote instruction beginning Wednesday, November 18th for a period of 3 weeks(high school should report tomorrow and Tuesday as scheduled). At this time MDHHS is recommending that K-8 instruction remain in person. The local superintendents are planning a meeting with the Health Department tomorrow (we usually meet weekly on Tuesday). Also our School Board has our regularly scheduled meeting tomorrow night. Obviously this is a rapidly changing situation. I will do my best to keep you updated as often as possible. I appreciate your patience and understanding as we work through this latest order from the state. Sincerely, Bill Valima

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