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Quincy Schools Public Service Announcement
From the Superintendent (April 2, 2020)
Earlier today Governor Whitmer signed an executive order requiring all K-12 school buildings to close for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, unless restrictions are lifted. As of today, Quincy Community School Buildings will be closed the remainder of the school year, unless otherwise instructed by the Governor. All school activities are also cancelled unless further notice is provided. The executive order issued today also indicates that school districts in Michigan are to develop a plan to provide students opportunities to learn remotely instead of utilizing the normal face-to face style learning that occurred prior to this health crisis. All of us at Quincy Community Schools recognize that these are tough and uncertain times for everyone. This is quickly becoming a new normal for all of us as we finish out this school year. This new model will be different than being in class and will require some adjustments as we continue to move forward. Certainly no one has all the answers but we are all committed to make things work for our students. Our district looks forward to partnering with our parents, students, and community to make this work. We have great staff members, great parents and students as well as very supportive community members and that is the best combination to have in this situation to make it successful. Please stay tuned to our Facebook page, Website and School Messenger system for more details.
Quincy Schools will continue to provide breakfast and lunch for children 18 and under on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-3 p.m. along Jefferson Street by the middle school during this emergency period. Students, please be sure to communicate with your teachers, they miss you and look forward to your communication. They will also have further instructions on how their classes will proceed. It is important to remember that education is going to continue to progress this year and you will need that knowledge and skill to move to the next level in the next school year. Please stay safe, stay healthy and continue to follow the social distancing guidelines from the health department. Hopefully we will put this pandemic in the rear view mirror very soon and get back to normal.
The Quincy Schools Remote Learning plan can be found using the link below.