December 6, 2021

Dear Superior Central Families,

As you know, we have been working with the LMAS Health Department since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic to keep our students and staff safe and healthy. On Friday, December 3rd, I was notified by LMAS of changes that the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services have made to their guidance for managing students exposed to COVID-19. Since the beginning of the school year, I have asked for a test to stay option for our students who have been exposed to COVID-19 but show no symptoms. On Friday, December 3rd, LMAS accepted our plan of testing school contacts during the first 7 days of exposure. If your student is exposed to a confirmed COVID-19 case, we will call to let you know. Parents can choose to either quarantine their exposed student or have their student tested here at school for 7 days. Parents who wish to have their student tested will need to complete a testing consent form that will be kept on file at Superior Central for the school year.

As a district we have stated that students learn best while in the building at Superior Central. I am very excited that we will be able to keep kids in school.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out.


Bill Valima

Superintendent/6-12 Principal


COVID UPDATE - December 20, 2021


The Safety of our Students and Staff is a top priority at Superior Central Schools.

In our efforts to keep our students, staff and families informed with the latest information, please use this page as a reference for District communications regarding COVID-19 and other helpful resources.


Superior Central COVID-19 Dashboard (case tracking)

Precautions and Recommendations

The district is taking a number of precautions in an attempt to minimize risk to staff, students, and community.

  • We are asking that families and staff to monitor their health.  
  • Our custodial staff is sanitizing every room in the school.

We encourage everybody to follow the recommendation of the CDC:

  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water.  
  • Cover your cough or sneeze.
  • Basically, all the things you've been taught since you were little.

Local Health Department Information

LMAS Quarantine Information