Home of the Forest Park Trojans In 2016, Forest Park School District was recognized as a Notably Successful School District in Michigan Education Finance StudyRead more…  In 2014, Forest Park High School was named by US News and World Report as one of the top High Schools in the United States earning a top 9% ranking and earning A bronze medal.
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F.P. COVID-19 INFORMATION

Forest Park COVID Status

COVID UPDATE 11-9-2020 Teacher COVID-19 Grant and School Support COVID-19 Grant Programs Pursuant to Public Act 166 of 2020, legislation was passed that appropriated funding for the Teacher COVID-19 Grant and School Support COVID-19 Grant Programs. Forest Park COVID-19 Grant Information.

Forest Park COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan 8-11-2020

Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-142  “provides a structure to support all schools in Michigan as they plan for a return of pre-K-12 education in the fall. Under the order, school districts must adopt a COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan laying out how they will cope with the disease across the various phases of the Michigan Safe Start Plan. In turn, the accompanying Michigan Return to School Roadmap offers a guide to the types of safety protocols appropriate during each phase. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution: What works in Lansing may not work in Forest Park. Districts will retain the flexibility to tailor their instruction to their particular needs and to the disease conditions present in their regions.”  (EO-2020-142) Keep reading...

FP COVID-19 Athletic and Extracurricular Emergency Preparedness Plan

Please describe how you will implement the requirements for athletics protocols from the Return to School Roadmap. Keep reading Volleyball Protocol COVID-19 Forest Park Weight Room/Gymnasium/Facility Policy

Forest Park Face to Face Learning Expectations

Our district will begin the 2020-21 school year following all the requirements for Phase 4 even when our region may be in Phase 5 at the start of the school year, with the exception of athletics. Athletics will follow all strongly recommended recommendations as outlined in Phase 5 while our region is in Phase 5.  We are electing to follow Phase 4 with stricter standards than required in Phase 5 at the start of the school year to implement additional safety precautions.  The district will revisit continued protocol at each regular, monthly (at a minimum) Board of Education meeting to evaluate current recommendations resulting from updated numbers and possible phase changes. Keep reading

Forest Park Virtual Learning Expectations

Families will be asked to make a commitment regarding their type of learning choice for the semester. Students will not be permitted to change between virtual and face to face learning until the new semester in January. Keep reading Virtual learners that are borrowing a chromebook, please read this agreement and sign the last page. This document contains the Execute Orders from the Governor and how Forest Park will implement these orders.

Dickinson and Iron

Superintendents’ Message

In anticipation of the upcoming school year, Dickinson and Iron County Superintendents have been

meeting to discuss their COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plans. Superintendents include

Wendy Warmuth Dickinson-Iron Intermediate School District, Craig Allen Breitung Township Schools,

Jerry Sardina Iron Mountain Public Schools, Louis Steigerwald Norway-Vulcan Area Schools, Angel

Inglese North Dickinson County Schools, Christy Larson, Forest Park Schools, and Chris Thomson

West Iron Public Schools.

Daren Deyaert and Ruth Manier of the Dickinson Iron Health Department joined the Superintendents

to offer advice and up-to-date information and agreed to continued meetings. They discussed the

need to work on protocols that can be used between the Health Department and the schools to allow

for proper communication and yet maintain privacy and HIPAA rights.

Currently, Upper Michigan schools are in Phase 5 as defined in the Michigan Safe Start plan. Phase 5

allows for in-person instruction. Our schools will follow our state’s directives regarding the opening of

schools as well as health and safety guidelines.  We know there is potential for changes to these

directives, our phase status, and other circumstances. We stand ready to adapt and be flexible to

ensure the best outcome for our students.

Each local school district will be offering a variety of learning choices to our families. Under phase 5

schools are planning virtual and/or distance learning options as well as in-person learning. The in-

person option may include a blend of in-seat and online learning. We learned many lessons last year

and one of them was that we must be prepared to change quickly when we are given new directives

from our state. We will be ready to shift from in-person to online or packet learning if it becomes

necessary.

Working collaboratively strengthens our ability to better serve our community. We look forward to

returning to learn in whatever format is most comfortable for each of our students and their families.

We value our staff and have been impressed with their commitment to education as well as their

dedication to our students and schools whether as teachers, ancillary staff, aides, support staff,

custodians, food service, daycare, bus drivers, secretaries, or administrators. Our focus continues to

be on providing quality and safe public education to our students in the best way possible under our

historic circumstances.

--

Jackie Giuliani

Forest Park K-12 Principal

Forest Park Schools
Trojan Head - Mascot of Forest Park Schools
Home of the Forest Park Trojans In 2016, Forest Park School District was recognized as a Notably Successful School District in Michigan Education Finance StudyRead more…  In 2014, Forest Park High School was named by US News and World Report as one of the top High Schools in the United States earning a top 9% ranking and earning A bronze medal.
Copyright © 2020 Forest Park School Website Design by North Country Website Design

F.P. COVID-19 INFORMATION

Forest Park COVID Status

COVID UPDATE 11-9-2020 Teacher COVID-19 Grant and School Support COVID-19 Grant Programs Pursuant to Public Act 166 of 2020, legislation was passed that appropriated funding for the Teacher COVID-19 Grant and School Support COVID-19 Grant Programs. Forest Park COVID-19 Grant Information.

Forest Park COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan 8-11-2020

Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-142  “provides a structure to support all schools in Michigan as they plan for a return of pre-K-12 education in the fall. Under the order, school districts must adopt a COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan laying out how they will cope with the disease across the various phases of the Michigan Safe Start Plan. In turn, the accompanying Michigan Return to School Roadmap offers a guide to the types of safety protocols appropriate during each phase. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution: What works in Lansing may not work in Forest Park. Districts will retain the flexibility to tailor their instruction to their particular needs and to the disease conditions present in their regions.”  (EO-2020-142) Keep reading...

FP COVID-19 Athletic and Extracurricular Emergency Preparedness Plan

Please describe how you will implement the requirements for athletics protocols from the Return to School Roadmap. Keep reading Volleyball Protocol COVID-19 Forest Park Weight Room/Gymnasium/Facility Policy

Forest Park Face to Face Learning Expectations

Our district will begin the 2020-21 school year following all the requirements for Phase 4 even when our region may be in Phase 5 at the start of the school year, with the exception of athletics. Athletics will follow all strongly recommended recommendations as outlined in Phase 5 while our region is in Phase 5.  We are electing to follow Phase 4 with stricter standards than required in Phase 5 at the start of the school year to implement additional safety precautions.  The district will revisit continued protocol at each regular, monthly (at a minimum) Board of Education meeting to evaluate current recommendations resulting from updated numbers and possible phase changes. Keep reading

Forest Park Virtual Learning Expectations

Families will be asked to make a commitment regarding their type of learning choice for the semester. Students will not be permitted to change between virtual and face to face learning until the new semester in January. Keep reading Virtual learners that are borrowing a chromebook, please read this agreement and sign the last page. This document contains the Execute Orders from the Governor and how Forest Park will implement these orders.

Dickinson and Iron

Superintendents’ Message

In anticipation of the upcoming school year, Dickinson and Iron County Superintendents have been meeting to discuss their COVID-19 Preparedness and

Response Plans. Superintendents include Wendy Warmuth Dickinson-Iron Intermediate School District, Craig Allen Breitung Township Schools, Jerry

Sardina Iron Mountain Public Schools, Louis Steigerwald Norway-Vulcan Area Schools, Angel Inglese North Dickinson County Schools, Christy Larson,

Forest Park Schools, and Chris Thomson West Iron Public Schools.

Daren Deyaert and Ruth Manier of the Dickinson Iron Health Department joined the Superintendents to offer advice and up-to-date information and agreed

to continued meetings. They discussed the need to work on protocols that can be used between the Health Department and the schools to allow for proper

communication and yet maintain privacy and HIPAA rights.

Currently, Upper Michigan schools are in Phase 5 as defined in the Michigan Safe Start plan. Phase 5 allows for in-person instruction. Our schools will

follow our state’s directives regarding the opening of schools as well as health and safety guidelines.  We know there is potential for changes to these

directives, our phase status, and other circumstances. We stand ready to adapt and be flexible to ensure the best outcome for our students.

Each local school district will be offering a variety of learning choices to our families. Under phase 5 schools are planning virtual and/or distance learning

options as well as in-person learning. The in-person option may include a blend of in-seat and online learning. We learned many lessons last year and one

of them was that we must be prepared to change quickly when we are given new directives from our state. We will be ready to shift from in-person to

online or packet learning if it becomes necessary.

Working collaboratively strengthens our ability to better serve our community. We look forward to returning to learn in whatever format is most comfortable

for each of our students and their families. We value our staff and have been impressed with their commitment to education as well as their dedication to

our students and schools whether as teachers, ancillary staff, aides, support staff, custodians, food service, daycare, bus drivers, secretaries, or

administrators. Our focus continues to be on providing quality and safe public education to our students in the best way possible under our historic

circumstances.

--

Jackie Giuliani

Forest Park K-12 Principal

Forest Park Schools
Trojan Head - Mascot of Forest Park Schools
Forest Park Schools

Home of the Forest Park Trojans

Home of the Forest Park Trojans

In 2016, Forest Park School District was recognized as a Notably Successful School District in Michigan Education Finance StudyRead more… 
Copyright © 2020 Forest Park School

F.P. COVID-19 INFORMATION

Forest Park COVID Status

COVID UPDATE 11-9-2020 Teacher COVID-19 Grant and School Support COVID- 19 Grant Programs Pursuant to Public Act 166 of 2020, legislation was passed that appropriated funding for the Teacher COVID- 19 Grant and School Support COVID-19 Grant Programs. Forest Park COVID-19 Grant Information.

Forest Park COVID-19 Preparedness and

Response Plan 8-11-2020

Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2020-142  “provides a structure to support all schools in Michigan as they plan for a return of pre-K-12 education in the fall. Under the order, school districts must adopt a COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan laying out how they will cope with the disease across the various phases of the Michigan Safe Start Plan. In turn, the accompanying Michigan Return to School Roadmap offers a guide to the types of safety protocols appropriate during each phase. There’s no one-size-fits-all solution: What works in Lansing may not work in Forest Park. Districts will retain the flexibility to tailor their instruction to their particular needs and to the disease conditions present in their regions.”  (EO-2020-142) Keep reading...

FP COVID-19 Athletic and Extracurricular

Emergency Preparedness Plan

Please describe how you will implement the requirements for athletics protocols from the Return to School Roadmap. Keep reading Volleyball Protocol COVID-19 Forest Park Weight Room/Gymnasium/Facility Policy

Forest Park Face to Face Learning Expectations

Our district will begin the 2020-21 school year following all the requirements for Phase 4 even when our region may be in Phase 5 at the start of the school year, with the exception of athletics. Athletics will follow all strongly recommended recommendations as outlined in Phase 5 while our region is in Phase 5.  We are electing to follow Phase 4 with stricter standards than required in Phase 5 at the start of the school year to implement additional safety precautions.  The district will revisit continued protocol at each regular, monthly (at a minimum) Board of Education meeting to evaluate current recommendations resulting from updated numbers and possible phase changes. Keep reading

Forest Park Virtual Learning Expectations

Families will be asked to make a commitment regarding their type of learning choice for the semester. Students will not be permitted to change between virtual and face to face learning until the new semester in January. Keep reading Virtual learners that are borrowing a chromebook, please read this agreement and sign the last page. This document contains the Execute Orders from the Governor and how Forest Park will implement these orders.

Dickinson and Iron

Superintendents’ Message

In anticipation of the upcoming school year,

Dickinson and Iron County Superintendents have

been meeting to discuss their COVID-19

Preparedness and Response Plans.

Superintendents include Wendy Warmuth

Dickinson-Iron Intermediate School District, Craig

Allen Breitung Township Schools, Jerry Sardina

Iron Mountain Public Schools, Louis Steigerwald

Norway-Vulcan Area Schools, Angel Inglese North

Dickinson County Schools, Christy Larson, Forest

Park Schools, and Chris Thomson West Iron Public

Schools.

Daren Deyaert and Ruth Manier of the Dickinson

Iron Health Department joined the Superintendents

to offer advice and up-to-date information and

agreed to continued meetings. They discussed the

need to work on protocols that can be used

between the Health Department and the schools to

allow for proper communication and yet maintain

privacy and HIPAA rights.

Currently, Upper Michigan schools are in Phase 5

as defined in the Michigan Safe Start plan. Phase 5

allows for in-person instruction. Our schools will

follow our state’s directives regarding the opening

of schools as well as health and safety guidelines. 

We know there is potential for changes to these

directives, our phase status, and other

circumstances. We stand ready to adapt and be

flexible to ensure the best outcome for our

students.

Each local school district will be offering a variety of

learning choices to our families. Under phase 5

schools are planning virtual and/or distance

learning options as well as in-person learning. The

in-person option may include a blend of in-seat and

online learning. We learned many lessons last year

and one of them was that we must be prepared to

change quickly when we are given new directives

from our state. We will be ready to shift from in-

person to online or packet learning if it becomes

necessary.

Working collaboratively strengthens our ability to

better serve our community. We look forward to

returning to learn in whatever format is most

comfortable for each of our students and their

families. We value our staff and have been

impressed with their commitment to education as

well as their dedication to our students and schools

whether as teachers, ancillary staff, aides, support

staff, custodians, food service, daycare, bus

drivers, secretaries, or administrators. Our focus

continues to be on providing quality and safe public

education to our students in the best way possible

under our historic circumstances.

--

Jackie Giuliani

Forest Park K-12 Principal

Trojan Head - Mascot of Forest Park Schools