Webberville Community Schools will share updates received from the Ingham County Health Department (ICHD) on this COVID-19 Dashboard. As required by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, effective October 12, 2020.
Webberville Community Schools will work with the Ingham County Health Department (ICHD) to receive and share data regarding school associated cases. The ICHD determines what is a probable or confirmed case. According to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), a “school associated case” means a case of probable or confirmed COVID-19 amongst students, teachers, staff members, coaches, volunteers or any other person who was present on school property or at a school function under circumstances that may result in the transmission or contraction of COVID-19 during their infectious period. As directed by the MDHHS, WCS must share probable or confirmed cases with schools within 24 hours. Schools will then post the information received in a public place within 24 hours of notification.
We will continue to work with Ingham County Health Department to ensure the safety of our students, families and staff.
The information on this website will be updated when Webberville Community Schools receives information on individuals testing positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19 Dashboard updated October 7, 2021
These links to various community organizations may be helpful to you in planning the return to school, travel, or just answering general questions for your family.
Free masks are available to families at Capital Area Community Services
The Webberville Board of Education approved a Return to Learn Preparedness Plan at the August 10, 2020, regular meeting.
Return to Learn
Webberville Community Schools is committed to providing quality education for all students. According to the MI Safe Schools 2020-2021 Return to School Roadmap, Phase 4 allows for face-to-face learning. In this phase, Webberville Community Schools will allow families to choose between the two options highlighted below. Both options will allow for students to learn at a high level of engagement.
- On campus, face-to-face instruction
- Blended learning philosophy utility Google Classroom
- High quality, engaging instruction following grade level state standards
- MI Safe Schools Roadmap followed, including the requirement of face masks/shield for teachers and students PK-12
- Additional students and staff health screening procedures
- Heightened cleaning procedures
- Chromebooks for all students
- High quality, engaging virtual instruction consistent with face-to-face delivery
- On-going two-way communication between teacher and students
- Utilizes Google Classroom consistent with the instruction/assignments that face-to-face students are receiving
- Consistent participation requirements and assignment completion expectations between the virtual and face-to-face options
- Chromebooks for all students
- Designed to foster student independence
Both options will utilize a Google Classroom as a platform following the same guidelines for consistency and flexibility to ensure a seamless transition if students and staff must revert back to Phase 3 or 100% virtual learning.