On March 13, we announced that the Mequon-Thiensville School District would close for several weeks to help prevent the further spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our community. On March 25, Governor Tony Evers ordered an extension to the school closures in our state. In keeping with this mandate, the current plan is to keep schools closed until at least Thursday, April 23. We will continue to keep you updated.
- Distance Learning March 16-20: Planning for distance learning. Educator focus in this time of planning is to ensure that the teaching and learning we are designing is meaningful to students.
- March 23-27: Spring break.
- March 30: Students will begin to engage in distance learning. Students and/or families will receive information by 10 a.m.
- April 10: Non-school day in observance of Good Friday.
- April 13: Previously a non-school day on the calendar. Educators will make online enrichment options available for students, but regular lessons and teacher interaction are not expected.
- 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?