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September 28, 2020

Last Friday, September 25, 2020, Governor Whitmer issued an Executive Order (2020-185) that requires all Michigan students in grades K-12 wear protective face coverings (masks) throughout the school day, except during meal times.  As a result, beginning Monday, October 5, we will support all students in doing so.  In the meantime, we plan to introduce mask wearing for longer periods of time each day leading up to October 5, in order to help students develop a routine of mask wearing throughout the day.  We are optimistic that students will transition easily to the increased requirement.  They’ve been doing a great job with what has been required of them to date.   
Respectfully,
Dr. Stu Cameron
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El viernes pasado, 25 de septiembre de 2020, el gobernador Whitmer emitió una Orden Ejecutiva (2020-185) que requiere que todos los estudiantes de Michigan en los grados K-12 usen máscaras protectoras durante el día escolar, excepto durante las comidas. Como resultado, a partir del lunes 5 de octubre, apoyaremos a todos los estudiantes para que lo hagan. Mientras tanto, planeamos introducir el uso de mascarillas durante períodos más largos cada día antes del 5 de octubre, para ayudar a los estudiantes a desarrollar una rutina de uso de mascarillas durante el día. Somos optimistas de que los estudiantes pasarán fácilmente al aumento de requisitos. Han estado haciendo un gran trabajo con lo que se les ha pedido hasta la fecha.

Respetuosamente,
Dr. Stu Cameron

ICMS & ICHS Program Transition Deadline Information
Student Health Screening Document 
Student Health Screening and Symptom Response Webinar Link


2020-2021 School Year Information

COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan

Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-142  “provides a structure to support all schools in Michigan as they plan for a return of pre-K-12 education in the fall. Under the order, school districts must adopt a COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan laying out how they will cope with the disease across the various phases of the Michigan Safe Start Plan.

In turn, the accompanying Michigan Return to School Roadmap offers a guide to the types of safety protocols appropriate during each phase. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution. Each district (public, public school academy (PSA), nonpublic, and intermediate school district (ISD) that educates pre-K-12 students) shall submit a single completed Assurance Document and Preparedness Plan to its Board in time for approval by August 15 or seven days before the first day of school, whichever comes first.  This template, when completed, serves as a single Assurance Document and Preparedness Plan.

COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan

CEC Fall 2020 Special Education FAQ

Masks/Facial Coverings

All staff and students are required to wear masks as indicated in the above COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan, unless they are medically unable to tolerate a mask. If this is the case, you will need to use the form, linked below, for official medical documentation.

ICS Mask Medical Exemption Form

On July 29, 2020 ICS Superintendent, Dr. Stu Cameron, presented, during a community forum, the latest information for students' safe return in August based on the "MI Safe Schools: Michigan's 2020-21 Return to School Roadmap" including learning options for the 2020-2021 school year.

The link below is the document used during his presentation.

Safe Return to School Community Forum Presentation


We understand that you likely have many questions about the reopening of school. The link below is a comprehensive Frequently Asked Questions document that we hope addresses many of your questions. 
ICS Safe Return to School Plan FAQ


Important School Closure Information


Imlay City Schools Continuity in Learning Plan



Online Payment System

Imlay City Schools uses My School Bucks to provide families an opportunity to conveniently make deposits, view balances, and see the activity of their student’s lunch account(s). You may make deposits to your student’s account by using this online system. Visit My School Bucks directly at www.myschoolbucks.com or access it through the ‘Parents’ section of our website at www.icschools.us . There is a $2.49 fee per transaction. You may place funds into more than one account within a single transaction and there is no limit on the deposit amount. The Imlay City School district does not receive any portion of this transaction fee. The transaction fee is charged by My School Bucks and their processing company; Heartland, for using their service.  

Substitute Teachers Needed

Imlay City Schools is looking for substitute teachers! Pay is $100.00 per day and your day includes FREE lunch and FREE childcare (for children ages 2 years 6 months (must be potty trained) - fifth grade. 

If you, or someone you know, is interested, please visit www.edustaff.org to register and complete the required information. If you have any questions, please call 810-724-2765. 

Imlay City Schools now has an app!

With this app, you can customize your communication and have access to information related to your child's education at your fingertip. The app is available on both Apple IOS and Android Google. To download and access the free app, in your app store, perform a search for "Imlay City Schools." Once the app downloads, you will customize your preferences. This includes selecting from which school(s) you would like to receive notifications and information. From the app, you will have access to district news, our district calendar, upcoming events, access to each building's website, a staff directory, the district's Twitter feed, PowerSchool 's Parent Portal, our district YouTube, athletics information, our district Facebook feed, and food service information. Additionally, you can set up notifications that will alert you when the district or individual buildings have important information to share. 


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