Muskegon Area Matters
Lawmakers are expected to kick out a $62.75 billion state budget for the upcoming fiscal year this week, trimming funding to some state agencies but avoiding cuts to schools.
U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos acknowledged there is no “one size fits all” approach when it comes to schools reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic – but she believes it’s vital for all school leaders to come up with a plan to bring students back into the classroom for in-person learning.
As many Michigan schools transition back to the classroom, close attention is being paid to where COVID-19 outbreaks are happening.
Marching bands are used to spending most of the game on the sidelines, but the novel coronavirus pandemic has thus far kept them off the field.
Michigan high school athletes in football, soccer and volleyball should keep those face coverings handy. They will need to continue wearing them, even during the heat of competition.