In the newsletter sent to parents, the Calumet Laurium and Keweenaw School District, gave an update on how the district is meeting the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Superintendent Chris Davidson started off by commending staff for their exceptional work, with the transition to distance learning, and promised to observe and adjust the program, for the remainder of the school year.
Steps to make sure students have access to digital learning are well underway, as the district is passing out Chromebooks and working on expanding wifi for students.
This is aimed at lessening the number of learning packets.
If your child still needs a learning packet, they can be picked up at the vestibule of the school library, starting tomorrow, April 9th from 6:30am -3pm, Monday through Friday.
Parents are reminded to practice social distancing if other people are present, and to not enter the school.
Completed learning packets can be dropped into the library drop box.
Please note doors will be locked for Good Friday, and the second meal drop off has been moved to tomorrow, April 9th.
Superintendent Chris Davidson said for grading purposes, the district switched to a credit/incomplete system, so student GPA’s would not be negatively impacted.
Students also have the opportunity to work with teachers to turn work in, if they have received an incomplete.