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Read all of the Return to School Safe Start Plans for Macomb County Schools

Macomb County school districts have adopted their Return to Learn School Plans for the 2020-2021 school year, which begins this week for some and next week for many others. Below are the plans for the Macomb County school districts.

Anchor Bay – will offer both virtual and face-to-face learning. View the Anchor Bay District’s plan by visiting this link:

Armada –Students will return to full-time, face-to-face learning in the fall. The district has also adopted an online only learning option for families who are interested. View Armada’s plan by visiting this link:

Center Line Public Schools - will offer three modes of learning this fall, including fully onsite learning, part-time onsite/part time virtual, and fully virtual. Read their plan by clicking here:

Chippewa Valley Schools – Chippewa Valley Schools will begin the year in the Remote Learning Plan. The district’s goal is to transition students back to face-to-face learning when health and safety conditions allow. Read Chippewa Valley’s plan here:

Clintondale Community Schools - will offer full-time, in-person learning in the fall. An online option is available for interested families. Read more about this plan here:

Eastpointe Community Schools - plans to offer face-to-face/hybrid online instruction and a fully online option for students. To learn more about Eastpointe’s plans, visit this link:

Fitzgerald Public Schools - will offer both virtual and in-person learning options for the fall, depending on the student’s grade level. Students in grades pre-k through 5 will decide between in-person or online learning. Students in grades 6-12 will begin the school year online. For information on their plans, visit this link:

Fraser Public Schools – will start the school year virtually with opportunities for small group, in-person learning for every grade level. Virtual learning may continue through Jan. 22, 2021, however, that date is subject to change. Read Fraser’s plan by clicking here:

L'Anse Creuse Public Schools - will offer two learning options: in-person and virtual learning. For information visit their website:

Lake Shore Public Schools - In addition to returning to a hybrid in-person learning for all K-12 students, Lake Shore Public Schools is offering an online learning option for families that do not want to return to in-person instruction. Read their plan by clicking this link:

Lakeview Public Schools – will begin the school year in person, with an online option available for interested families. Learn more about Lakeview’s plan by visiting this link:

Mt. Clemens Community Schools – All students will learn remotely through Oct. 2, and after that the school district will continue to evaluate health and safety with a goal of transitioning to in-person instruction. Read more by following this link:

New Haven Community Schools – Schools will open Sept. 8 for face-to-face instruction. An online learning option is available for interested families. Learn more about New Haven’s plan by visiting this link:

Richmond Community Schools – will return to full-time, in-person learning in the fall. The district also offers virtual learning for interested families. Read more about Richmond’s plans by visiting this link:

Romeo Community Schools – will return to in-person learning in the fall with an option for virtual learning.

Roseville Community Schools – Students will return on Sept. 8 to a virtual learning environment.

South Lake Schools – All students will attend remotely through Sept. 25. Tentatively and depending on health and safety, students may have a choice between face-to-face learning and virtual learning after Sept. 28. To learn more, visit this link:

Utica Community Schools – will offer two options: a remote classroom option with the ability to transition to in-person learning and the online UCS Virtual Academy. The Board of Education unanimously approved the plan at its August 10 meeting. Read more about the plan by visiting this link:

Van Dyke Public Schools - is offering a choice between a remote option and a hybrid option, which is a blend of in-person and virtual learning. Read more about this plan by clicking here:

Warren Consolidated Schools – All students in Warren Consolidated Schools will start remotely for the first semester, which begins Sept. 8. The district’s goal is for all students to return to in-person learning at some point in the school year, depending on the status of the pandemic. To learn more, click on this link:

Warren Woods Public Schools – Students will begin the school year remote and will continue online through Sept. 25. The district also offers a completely virtual learning option for the entire school year. To read the full plan, visit this link:

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