Cody Rouge residents may now access NO COST support and services to directly address the impacts of COVID-19. To access support, Cody Rouge residents are encouraged to reach out to one of the six organizations in the file inside.
Michigan has become the first state in the country to gain federal approval of a program that will provide nutritious food to children who were affected by school closings due to COVID-19. The full information can be found inside.
"WAY Academy students as virtual students, are not impacted by the announcement today. Our students will continue to work from home, as we have been doing. Their teachers are available online and instruction will continue, as normal."
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Education Views recently caught up with Beth Baker, Co-founder and Executive Director along with her co-partner Glen Taylor, both from Michigan who have been engaged with cutting edge educational models for over a decade creating WAY Online, WAY Academy, and WAY American Schools. WAY partners with local schools, parents and teachers and offer a robust, internationally accredited, project-based curriculum on their innovative cloud-based platform.
Madeline E. Black Ed.S., superintendent of the WAY Charter Schools, sends a message to parents and guardians.
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In recent days many parents have been in a panic wondering if their child’s efforts from home will count toward their official credit. I have confirmed with the state that our schools will have no issues with their work. We are coded with the state as virtual. Please rest assured the work your children are doing from home is being graded and counted.
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Our friends at the Cody Rouge Community Action Alliance have made a list of resources that are available and can help everyone during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Take a look at the list below for information concerning food, utilities, healthcare, and more.