ISD making plans for school year

St. Joseph County Intermediate School District continues to work on plans for the next school year, putting its focus on what to do if the region remains in Phase 4 of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s “Safe Start” plan.

Currently, the ISD is considering a hybrid in-person and virtual model.

ISD superintendent Teresa Belote said the agency is building plans related to a variety of scenarios, though the goal is to have a plan ready for the board at its Aug. 10 meeting.

Meanwhile, the board approved the parent-student handbook for Pathfinder Educational Center off-site programs, noting there will be addenda relating to code of conduct for mask usage, as the ISD receives more information.

Check Also

Health department has flu shots available

The Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Community Health Agency wishes to remind the public that October is the …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.