Port Huron, MI — In a letter to parents, Port Huron School District announced some changes to the instructional schedule. Currently, students are receiving instruction either completely virtually or with a hybrid schedule with some in-person days and some virtual days.
The new schedule was approved by the Board of Education at a meeting on October 23rd. The new schedule has Tuesday, November 3rd as a Remote Learning Day for all students with Learning Labs open. Wednesday, November 25th is a Remote Learning Day with buildings closed. Friday, December 11th is a Remote Learning Day with Buildings and Learning Labs open, and both Friday, February 12th and Monday, February 15th are Remote Learning Days with buildings closed. Parents who may have scheduled a mid-winter break vacation during February are reassured that the instruction is “any place, any pace”, so they can still take their trips.
Learning Labs will be available by appointment at Crull Elementary, Holland Woods Middle School and Port Huron High School. More information will be sent to families.
The updated schedule allows for school to end on June 11th, 2021, and meets the requirement to offer 180 instructional days.
Reporting for WGRT – Jennie McClelland