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School Closing / Coronavirus Information and Updates

Stay up-to-date on the latest information regarding school closure and Coronavirus 2019 guidance.

Northville Public Schools remains vigilant in monitoring the ongoing guidance provided by State and local health and education officials, and in sharing timely and accurate information as it becomes available. To that end, we have developed this "Frequently Asked Questions" document with COVID-19 updates, additional guidance on closures, and resources available to support students and families. We will continue to update and add to the FAQs as this situation evolves and additional or new information is available. Questions may be emailed to mailto: nps@northvilleschools.org.

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A picture of Thornton Creek entrance
Boys playing on the playground equipment.
A group of boys collaborating in the classroom.
A group of girls sitting on the playground equipment.
Group of students with PAWS.
A back view of the school.
Make a Difference Day with Mrs. Gertley.
Students having lunch in the cafeteria.
A group of students enjoying recess.
Children cleaning up the school grounds with Mrs. Gertley.
A group of students interacting at a classroom table.
Thornton Creek welcome sign.
Group of students in their Halloween costumes with PAWS from the Detroit Tigers organization.
Picture of the Thornton Creek playground.
Our Learning Consultant receiving a grant from the Northville Education Foundation (NEF)
A group of girls.

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School Closing / Coronavirus Information and Updates

Stay up-to-date on the latest information regarding school closure and Coronavirus 2019 guidance. Northville Public Schools remains vigilant in monitoring the ongoing guidance provided by State and local health and education officials, and in sharing timely and accurate information as it becomes available. To that end, we have developed this "Frequently Asked Questions" document with COVID-19 updates, additional guidance on closures, and resources available to support students and families. We will continue to update and add to the FAQs as this situation evolves and additional or new information is available. Questions may be emailed to mailto: nps@northvilleschools.org.

Playgrounds and Fields Closed

Northville Public Schools has closed all school playgrounds and fields, including all play structures; track open only for individual exercise observing social distancing.

Grab & Go Breakfast and Lunch Pick Up to be Consolidated beginning week of March 30 and Extended to April 14, 2020

Grab & Go Breakfast and Lunch pick-up will continue at Cooke and Northville High School from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays through March 27, 2020. Beginning the week of March 30, 2020 and extended through at least April 14, 2020, distribution will be consolidated to Northville High School only, on Tuesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Free Grab & Go school breakfast and lunch pick up is available for ALL students under the age of 18, along with any student age 18-26 receiving special education services.

3/11/20 COVID-10 Update / MDHHS Guidance

The health and well-being of our students, families and staff is of the utmost importance to all of us. With the identification of two presumptive positive cases of Coronavirus 2019 disease (COVID-19) in Michigan, along with the rapid increase in the number of cases nationwide, the level of concern continues to rise. Governor Whitmer has declared a State of Emergency in Michigan to maximize efforts to slow the spread of the virus, and has provided interim guidance from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services on community mitigation strategies that apply at the individual, organizational and community level, including schools, child care centers, workplaces, health care organizations, etc. These strategies are aimed at protecting individuals at risk of severe illness, as well as trying to prevent a sudden, sharp increase in the number of people infected with COVID-19 to minimize the disruptions to daily life and limit the demand on health care providers and facilities.
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