UPDATE: Per Governor Whitmer’s order, Mount Pleasant Public Schools will be CLOSED through the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
Mt Pleasant Public Schools Lunch Delivery Program
Mt Pleasant Public Schools Lunch Delivery Program — UPDATE
March 23 – April 13, 2020
Breakfast and lunch will be delivered to the following locations every day, Monday through Friday:
11:00 Isabella Mobile Home Park Office
11:12 Crossings on Broadway Office
11:25 Kay and 1st Street (Broadway Acres)
11:43 Oak Tree Village (Oak Street side)
11:58 Kinney School
12:22 Rosebush Elementary
11:00 Tall Grass Apartment Office
11:13 Chase Run Apartment Office
11:25 Jamestown Apartment Office
11:37 Cambridge Terrace Office
11:49 Springbrook Townhomes Office
12:04 Pleasant Ridge Trailer Park Office
12:17 Timber Creek Apartment Office
12:29 Northwinds Apartments (At mailbox)
Additionally, breakfast and lunch will be distributed at Mt Pleasant High School and Ganiard Elementary, free of charge, to anyone under 18 years old. Adult lunches can be purchased for $2.
Distribution time is between 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Families should use the back parking lots at both buildings. Meals will be brought to your car.
For additional information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (989) 775-2301.
Expanding Child Care Access for Essential Workforce During the Covid-19 Emergency
March 19, 2020
Governor Whitmer announced an Executive Order last night to expand capacity for tuition-based child care services for health care workers, first responders and other members of the essential workforce. To all essential workers in Michigan, we say thank you for your service during this crisis.
The Governor has defined essential workers as health care workers, direct care workers, emergency medical service providers, first responders, law enforcement personnel, sanitation workers, child care workers, corrections personnel, postal workers, public health employees, court personnel, critical infrastructure providers including: utilities, manufacturing, mass transit, grocers, suppliers, and key government employees including: child protective service workers, child welfare, foster care, recipient rights, the Governor’s office, cabinet members and their designees, the Department of Health and Human Services field office staff, Unemployment Insurance Agency employees, and other employees identified by the Department of Technology, Management, and Budget.
The Governor has called on Intermediate School Districts (ISDs) to help mobilize and coordinate efforts to expand accessibility for child care services during this emergency. The ISDs will be partnering with the Early Childhood Investment Corporation and Michigan 2-1-1 to coordinate these efforts.
If you are a member of the essential workforce defined above and are in need of tuition-based child care, go to www.helpmegrow-mi.org/essential and your information will be routed to someone in your community who can help you find care.
Jonnie Taton, NCSP, S. Psy. S.
Director, Regional Preschool Partnership
3917 Jefferson Avenue,
Midland, MI 48642
Phone: 989-631-5892 ext. 110
Employee Rights – Paid Sick Leave and Expanded Family and Medical Leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
From Superintendent Verleger Regarding Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order to Suspend In-person Instruction
April 2, 2020
Dear Mt Pleasant Students and Families, It’s my sincerest hope all of you are at home, staying safe and healthy! To the parents and relatives of our Oiler students working on the frontlines during this time of emergency, please know we truly appreciate all of you and the services you’re providing all of us…you all are heroes in our eyes!
Earlier today, Governor Whitmer signed an executive order that suspends in-person instruction for all K-12 schools for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. Although this decision will cause a variety of stress and anxiety for all of us, there is some good news. Through this Executive Order, Michigan school districts have been empowered to provide support and educational opportunities for our students. We are working diligently at this time to create those plans of action.
Please know MPPS administrative, instructional and support staff team members have been working for the past 2-3 weeks in preparation for this announcement. This week we began distributing academic enrichment packets for most students. We also continue to work closely with our regional partners within Gratiot-Isabella RESD. Our regional team acknowledges that “together we can achieve more!” Consequently, please understand many meetings are taking place to provide support and educational services for your child. We are grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with our regional colleagues and still have the flexibility to develop a plan that works best for MPPS.
I appreciate your patience as we need additional time to complete our plans moving forward. More detailed information will be provided in upcoming days. Today, I want to reassure you that we are here for your family. We know these are challenging times for everyone. We will continue to support your child and family academically, emotionally and nutritionally.
To the members of the Class of 2020, you have my commitment that we will find a way to appropriately celebrate your achievements. They will not go unnoticed. We are proud of you!
Together we will succeed! Stay safe and stay healthy, Oilers!