Return to School
On June 30, 2020, Governor Whitmer published the MI Safe School Roadmap which outlines multiple scenarios for returning to school in the fall based on current regional conditions of the Coronavirus global pandemic. We believe that providing your family with choices is important to help you think about your children's education in the 2020-2021 academic year.

In-person instruction at school will not look the same as it did when buildings closed in March. Masks will be required to be worn by staff and students throughout the buildings. Groups of students will be kept together as much as possible. All individuals will be kept at as much distance as is possible
Reed City Area Public Schools will be offering full-time online learning and blended online learning, along with our traditional face-to-face (in person) instruction for grades K-12 beginning in the fall of 2020.

Due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 crisis and the required safety protocols that we will need to put in place, we understand that these are important decisions to determine which is best for your family.

Please fill out the information below to indicate your interest in face-to-face in-person instruction (following pandemic safety protocols), or a fully online learning or blended online learning.

Completing the form for each student allows for data to be sorted effectively. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Student First Name *
Student Last Name *
What building will your student attend next fall? *
Grade of the student for the upcoming (20-21) year *
Is your student planning to use District busing? (All students will be required to wear a mask use and use hand sanitizer before entering the bus. Students will have assigned seats and will be grouped by family units.) *
RCAPS will be offering parents options regarding INSTRUCTION. How would you like your student to receive instruction in the 2020-2021 school year? (Choices selected now are for planning purposes to determine how to best meet parent preferences. Selecting one of these options keeps pupil funding in Reed City and ensures the strength of the district into the future.) *
Would waiting until after Labor Day to start school have an impact on your decision regarding instruction for your student? *
Would reducing the amount of students in buildings at any one time have an impact on your decision regarding instruction for your student? (Splitting students into two groups with Group A and Group B attending on different days) *
Do you have internet connectivity at your home? *
Which devices do you have that you can dedicate specifically for this student to use for school? *
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