During this difficult and unknown time, we pray that everyone stays safe and continues to do their part to stop the spread of this virus. This page will be a place that parents and students can go to get resources they may need during this pandemic. We will also have information here on the number of cases in the school that have been reported to school administration. If there would be a decision to go virtual, all distance learning resources are also provided on this page. May God bless us and keep us all safe.
Peace Lutheran School’s first priority is the safety and well being of all of our students and staff. Peace Lutheran school has several protocols in place to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in the school building. As of Sept. 20th, all students and staff will have to wear a mask on upon entering, during the school day and while exiting to their vehicles. Cleaning and disinfecting happens regularly during the school day along with regular hand washing and keeping social distancing. Cleaning and disinfecting is also done daily after all students and staff leave for the day. This cleaning and disinfecting is very through and throughout the entire building. Parents and staff self monitor for symptoms and are encouraged to stay home and seek the advice of their physician. Peace follows the guidance and is in continuous communication with the Saginaw County Department of Public Health. Below is the past and current positive or probable cases that have effected the Peace Lutheran School Community.
COVID-19 Cases in school reported to administration as of 9/13/2021- 7 cases.
1- Notified of a positive student case on Nov. 13th
2. Notified of 2 positive staff cases on Nov. 18th
3. Notified of 1 positive staff case on Dec. 1st
4. Notified of 1 positive student case on Dec. 3rd
5. Notified of 1 positive student case on Jan. 4th
6. Notified of 1 positive staff case on Sept. 13th
7. Notified of 3 positive student cases on Sept. 14th
2 Timothy 1:7 “For God gave us a spirit not of fear, but of power, love and self-control.”