WASHTENAW COUNTY, Mich. – School administrators and individuals from the health department in Washtenaw County signed a joint letter to the community to follow COVID-19 protocol.
They hope to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and get things in classrooms back to normal.
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“We really want to support the 50,000 students in Washtenaw County the 15,000 staff members, and making sure that we’re all safe and healthy,” said Washtenaw Intermediate School District Interim Superintendent, Naomi Norman.
Norman, along with other school administrators throughout the county signed the letter as a call for action in the community.
“We worked with our Washtenaw County Health Department and our local public private and charter schools to craft a communication to our community — to let them know how important it is to take care during COVID-19,” Norman said.
The letter also goes over the actions