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How Can We Help?


Please use the link below to request assistance with a concern or dilemma at school.   This may include:

  • Classroom concern

  • Breakfast/lunch concern

  • Attendance questions

  • Special education services

  • Social work assistance

  • Administrative support

  • After-care or summer camp

  • Safety concern

Request Assistance or Report a Concern Here

Honey Creek Pandemic
Response Resources

Honey Creek Risk-Level:  Low
County Risk Assessment:  Low

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The Honey Creek Community School Board of Trustees relies heavily on the Centers for Disease Control and the Washtenaw County Health Department for guidance in addressing the Coronavirus pandemic.  

We ask that every Honey Creek family learn about and follow the most recent CDC and health department guidance should a student or household member test positive for the coronavirus.  The following resources are provided to assist in that effort.

Report Positive Cases Here

Honey Creek Air Quality

Response Resources

Air Quality Sensor & Readings

Current Weather Conditions

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In preparation for potential spring wild fires and the poor air quality they create, the Honey Creek Board of Trustees will adopt a science-based approach to best protect the health and safety of our students and staff.  

Honey Creek has installed a local weather station on campus to better assess local air quality.  You can access the Honey Creek Weather Station 24 hours below:

Air Quality Sensor & Readings

Current Weather Conditions

Please check back for publication of the official Air Quality Response in the weeks ahead.

Submitting a Newsletter Article?

Requirements, Style Sheet & Deadlines 

Parent volunteers who wish to have something published in the Sunday News are asked to meet the following criteria:

1.  Articles must relate directly to an HC, PTO or Foundation event or program.

2.  Articles must be emailed to the director here no later than noon on Friday for Sunday publication.

3.  Graphics should be provided in JPG or PNG format.

4.  Text should not be bold, underlined, all caps or any other color than black.

5.  Links and emails must be underlined and in blue, not bold.

6.  Do not submit materials for publication in PDF format.

Each submission should include this information:

1.  Who, what, why, when and where of event

2.  Sponsoring organization/committee

3,  Email address for any questions

4.  Date(s) of publication

Please note that due to space limitations and competing priorities, we cannot guarantee the placement of a submission in a specific location within the newsletter.  Submitted text and graphics are subject to edit.

Please confirm that all submitted links are accurate and working properly.  If using shared Google docs, make sure the settings allow for public access.

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