Even though Michigan’s K-12 Schools have been shut down since mid-March, that doesn’t mean they’ve slowed down. In fact, they’ve kicked it up a few notches.
Houghton Portage Township School District, is hard at work with their meal program, along with the Hancock School District, have prepared close to 100,000 meals for students, since the lock down went into effect.
Superintendent Doreen Kramer.
She said this, about the distance learning program.
Plans are currently underway, to put on a graduation ceremony for this year’s senior class as well.