Nearly all public school districts in Michigan are re-opening their classrooms today for
face-to-face learning. The governor says 97 percent of districts are now offering an in person learning option for students. State Superintendent Dr. Michael Rice calls the update encouraging. He says there’s nothing wrong with parents choosing to educate
their children remotely… but he adds that all parents should have a choice.
This morning Saginaw Police Officer’s Jerewski, McGregor & K9 Harvey welcomed the students back to Stone Elementary for the first time this year.