UPDATE FROM THE CAREER CENTER NOVEMBER 10th “Out of an abundance of caution, and in an effort to stabilize educational delivery for every student, we will be closing our building and moving to all remote instruction starting Wednesday, November 11 through Wednesday, November 18. As of this moment, we plan to resume in-person classes at the Career Center on Thursday, November 19.” READ ENTIRE LETTER HERE

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On Sunday, November 8th, 2020, we received notification that a staff member at the High School and student have tested positive for Covid-19. Any persons potentially affected who may require testing or quarantine, as determined through contact tracing conducted by the Health Department, will be contacted directly by either the JCHD or a School District administrator. If you have not been contacted by the JCHD or a District administrator, you should assume you do not need to take further action and you do not need to contact the school to ask if you have been directly affected.  To allow for enhanced cleaning of the High School and out of an abundance of caution NAPOLEON HIGH SCHOOL ONLY will be transitioning to virtual learning effective immediately. Staff will reach out to students via their Google Classrooms and student emails to make the necessary arrangements. At this time  our plan is to have staff and students return to in-person learning at the High School on Monday, November 16.

We continue to prioritize safety, and we want to assure our students and families that our staff will deliver a high-quality remote education experience. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our building administrators.

Food Service will continue to provide free breakfast and lunches during this time. Contact Mrs. Haskell (email preferred) at andrea.haskell@napoleonschools.org or at 517 905 5711 before Tuesday at 7:00 am. Weekly food order pick ups will be held Wednesday from 11:30 – 12:30 pm. Available to any NCS student or sibling under 18 yrs old.
ALL NHS activities (facility use groups drivers ed, after-school programs, athletics) are suspended for the week.
Ezra Eby Elementary, Napoleon Middle School and Ackerson Lake High School will continue as scheduled at this time.