Royal Oak Schools - Archives
Oakland County Health Division is working closely with healthcare providers, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) , and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to actively monitor and manage the presence of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the community.
The Governor's most recent executive order extends the Stay At Home order through May 28., this means that we will not allow for the pickup of student materials from the schools until after that date.
"We are turning some new corners when it comes to directives from the state and we are getting better weather! "
Royal Oak High School will shine bright their stadium lights for twenty minutes on Thursdays to honor the Class of 2020.
Governor directs all Michiganders to stay home, stay safe through April 30
We are drafting our Continuity of Learning Plan which will be submitted to the county for approval next week.
The Food Bank in Royal Oak will be the fifth food distribution site supported by the Michigan National Guard across the state.
Governor Whitmer expressed that while the education of our children is a priority, we must prioritize public health in this emergency, and put contingency plans in place for instruction.
All standardized tests previously scheduled for the remainder of the school year, including the M-STEP and the SAT, will be canceled.
Governor Whitmer is holding a Town Hall on Thursday.
To honor and recognize all the heath care heroes working together to battle COVID-19, Beaumont Health is launching, “Home Beams for Health Care Teams.”
"This week has been another inspiring week to watch all of the community outreach and support being provided to our students and families."
(K-8) Schools of Choice Application Period ends March 27, 2020