Return to School
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our schools and our community, Eastpointe Community Schools is working to keep students safe and offer families options for the 2020-21 school year.
For questions related to Google Classroom or virtual learning schedules, please contact your child's building or teacher.
Students enrolled in virtual preschool and elementary (grades Pre-K-5) can switch to face-to-face instruction ONLY at the end of a marking period (November, January, and March). Students in middle school and high school (grades 6-12) can switch ONLY at the semester break in January.
For help logging into remote learning, please fill out this form.
Students enrolled in face-to-face learning will be in-person for four hours each day with the expectation of additional at-home learning. Start and end times have been adjusted to give transportation more time to clean and sanitize buses between routes:
High School/Middle School (Grades 6-12): 7:10am to 11:10am
Upper Elementary (3-5): 7:50am to 11:50am
Lower Elementary (K-2): 8:30am to 12:30pm
For students who attend in-person, we will be following all of the guidelines laid out in the MI Safe Schools: Return to School Roadmap, including additional sanitizing and distancing measures, as well as the use of personal protective equipment.
Based on this roadmap, we have created this document for parents, which summarizes what parents can expect from our schools based on which phase of the MI Safe Start Plan our region is in. For more detailed information, parents and community members can view our full Preparedness and Response Plan, which was developed with the guidance of the Macomb County Health Department.
Families who need help accessing their Pandemic EBT benefits for emergency food needs should call the Michigan Dept. of Health and Human Services hotline at 1-833-905-0028.
For more information about the P-EBT program, please click here.
Support for Essential Workers
The Macomb ISD is working in cooperation with its 21 local school districts and other community organizations to coordinate emergency child care for parents who work in essential positions at this time. Please click here for more information.