On Wednesday, May 13, the Wisconsin Supreme court struck down much of the Safer at Home order put in place by Governor Tony Evers in March. However, the decision did not strike down the section of the Safer at Home order that closed K-12 and private school campuses across the state through June 30. That section of the order remains applicable and enforceable. Our plan is to continue distance learning opportunities in the Mequon-Thiensville School District through the end of the school year.
- What if my child does not have access to a device or internet access at home?
- What can I do if I experience tech issues during distance learning?
- Will I be able to access my school building to pick up personal items, medications, etc.?
- What does this mean for field trips, M-T Rec. Department activities, and Kids' Campus?
- Will students have access to school meals?
- How should I talk to my child about COVID-19?
- How can I support my child's social-emotional needs at this time?
- Will the school year be extended?
- How will the district keep families informed during the closure?
- Why are these measures being taken?
Experiencing tech troubles during online learning?