April 11th, 2021

Dear Covert Public Schools Parents, Staff, and Community Members:

On April 9th, Governor Whitmer provided an update on our state’s rapidly rising numbers of COVID-19 positive cases.  With this information comes great responsibility on everyone’s part to continue to be mindful of the safety precautions that have been put in place since the beginning of the school year.  

As we plan to resume in-person learning,  Monday, April 12th, we need your help to ensure everyone at Covert Public Schools remains safe.  The expectation is for all staff to continue completing the MI Symptoms health screener daily.  The link can be found on the website under staff as a dropdown option.  Parents, please remember to keep your student(s) home if they are sick and/or experiencing a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, an uncontrolled cough that causes difficulty breathing, the onset of severe headache, diarrhea, and/or vomiting or unusual belly pain and body aches.

Our greatest priority is the safety of our students, staff, and community members. The District will continue to follow the cleaning and safety protocols established and will also maintain social distancing to the extent feasible. All staff and students are required to wear their masks throughout the day.  While our procedures established to mitigate the spread of the virus within the school environment have been successful, we know COVID variants are rapidly evolving and can now be spread at a significantly faster rate.  

As of today, we have no reported cases.  However, in the spirit of transparency, we will notify you if any new cases should arise.  The information will be posted on the COVID-19 Dashboard located on our website as well.  We will also continue working closely with the Van Buren Cass County Health Department. 

Covert has faced and rose above the many challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.  We press onward with grit and determination to finish the school year strong.  Let us pause for a moment and look at how far we have come and know that WE, WILL, CONTINUE TO WALK THROUGH THIS TOGETHER!  

Bulldog Strong,

Yolanda Brunt


Claire Kliss



Each marking period we will reevaluate student performance, our local COVID-19 infection rate, and recommendations from the Van Buren/Cass County Health Department to determine if face-to-face attendance is able to increase.

Progress reports will be sent home on a regular basis to help families make informed decisions about their student's performance and which setting, remote or face-to-face, is best for their student.

Oct. 02nd: Progress reports mailed
Nov. 06th: 1st MP Report Cards mailed
Dec. 11th: Progress reports mailed
Jan. 29th: 2nd MP Report Cards mailed
Feb. 26th: Progress Reports mailed
Apr. 02nd: 3rd MP Report Cards mailed
May. 14th: Progress Reports mailed
Jun. 11th: 4th MP Report Card mailed

Kindergarten-9th Grade Student Option:  Face-to-face learning Monday through Thursday with remote learning on Friday, or entirely remote learning.

10th-12th Grade Student Options:  Face-to-face instruction per the schedule below with remote learning on non-face-to-face days, or entirely remote learning.  Contact school by Oct.23rd if switching to this limited face-to-face schedule.

12th Grade
11th Grade Group C
12th Grade
11th Grade Group C
10th Grade
10th Grade
11th Grade Group D
11th Grade Group D (transportation provided)

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