News & Announcements
Bids for general contracting. Please see flier for more details.
On Friday, October 9, 2020, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) extended nationwide waivers to help schools continue to provide meals to children during the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. Per USDA guidelines, a breakfast meal consists of 3 components (fruit, grain, and milk), a student must take all 3 components in order for the breakfast to be free. A lunch meal consists of 5 components (protein, grain, fruit, vegetable, and milk), a student must take at least 3 components to constitute a free meal and one of the components must be a fruit or vegetable.
Students are allowed one free breakfast and one free lunch per day; if a student takes a second serving they will be charged for a meal as well as any ala carte items. The process for obtaining a meal in each building remains relatively the same; the "sale" will still be recorded on the point of sale system, however your student's account will not be charged. Any ala carte purchases however require that the student have funds on their Meal Magic account.
Please click here to review the exam schedule.
The MI Depart. of Ed. is allowing schools to continue to serve school meals to children who are learning from home through virtual learning during this temporary school closure. Whiteford will make breakfast and lunch meals available for any child aged 18 and under that resides in the household including any students with disabilities aged 18-26 with an active individual education program (IEP). All meals will comply with school meal standards.
Meal delivery is not available; however, pick up service will be available for all who enroll in this temporary program. The first meal pickup will be this Wednesday, November 11, between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. For this first food pick up, you will be provided 7 days of meals so that there is a breakfast and lunch for each day. The second meal pick up will be the following Wednesday, November 18, at the same time, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. For this second pick up, you will be provided 6 days of meals so that there is a breakfast and lunch for each day. We ask that you please come to the High School entrance to pick up your food.
When you enroll in this Temporary Closure Food Program, you are opting into the program until you tell us otherwise. To enroll in this Temporary Closure Food Program, please click the link and complete the google form by 3 p.m. Tuesday to be added to the pickup list.
Please let us know as soon as possible if you are not planning on picking up your meals so we don't have waste.
All eligible teachers have been notified of the Teacher COVID-19 grant and have been supplied with form 5734 for completion either via email or through the US mail.
All eligible school support staff have been notified of the School Support Staff COVID-19 grant and have been supplied with form 5734 for completion either via email or hand delivered.
|‹ January 2021 ›|
OK2SAY is a confidential reporting system specifically designed to help students or anyone report potential harm or criminal activity directed at school students, school employees, and schools. Anyone that know about a student safety threat can submit a tip to OK2SAY program operators by phone, text message, email, mobile app, or via the OK2SAY website. Click on the logo below for additional information.