Parents and Families

Updated 2020-21 WISD school year:

  • August 31-September 4: WISD staff will connect with each family to discuss individualized plans for students and families and review any needs for the school year, such as technology.
  • September 8: Fully virtual instruction will begin, which will include re-engaging students and families, reviewing protocols, and establishing new structures and routines.
  • September 21: Virtual instruction continues, but if it is safe to do so, individualized face-to-face programming may begin for a small number of low-risk students or families with low-risk staff and in low-risk spaces.
  • September 28: WISD will begin re-evaluating virtual and individualized programming, impact, and results, as well as current COVID-19 data and research, to make adjustments.

 

WISD's COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan

 

COVID-19 Resources and Support Hotline

  • Any WISD employee, parent or student in need of resources or support can call (734) 302-2600. This line goes directly to a voicemail where they can leave a message requesting assistance and someone from a dedicated WISD team will respond to them directly within 24 hours.
  • Visit our Basic Needs webpage here.

 

Pandemic EBT Food Assistance

  • Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer Program (P-EBT) food assistance benefits will go to Michigan families with students ages 0-26 that are eligible for Free or Reduced-Price School Meals. Click here to learn more.

 

Caring for Your Physical and Mental Health

 

Child Care Resources

 

Technology Assistance for Parents and Guardians

 

Internet Connectivity

 

Educational Resources

 

WISD Family Communications