CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION FOR THE MPS COMMUNITY
UPDATED May 13, 2020
At this time, the Milton Public Schools is closed through the end of the academic school year.
The COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus) is an emerging health concern and we are closely monitoring this evolving situation. We understand that families have questions about the Coronavirus and how it may impact our schools and local community.
Please direct any school related questions you may have to Superintendent Mary Gormley at email@example.com.
Ongoing updates will be posted in the Superintendent's blog, linked here.
Remote Learning information is found on the front page of our website.
MPS Remote Learning Plan Spring 2020
Please see below for two important MPS documents about the MPS Remote Learning Plan.
Remote Learning Update April 30, 2020
The Milton Public Schools COVID-19 School Closure Remote Learning Plan (Updated March 31, 2020)
Letter to famlies from Jeffrey C. Riley Commissioner of Education
We have compiled a comprehensive and ever changing list of Frequently Asked Questions. It is linked below and shared in each blog post. Please refer back to it often.
MPS Frequently Asked Questions
WHERE CAN I TURN FOR MORE INFORMATION?
UPDATED May 13, 2020
We share the following resources in the hopes that you will find them valuable resources as you discuss the Coronavirus with your children.
How to Talk to Children about the Coronavirus
Talking to Teen/Tweens about Coronavirus
A Comic created from NPR based on interviews with experts
The NASP released a resource for parents you may find helpful.
MA Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Coronavirus Page
Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus) - A Parent Resource
About Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Mass. Department of Public Health (DPH) Website
Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus NPR
Handwashing to Prevent Illness at School
Handwashing Video World Health Organization
Coronavirus Disease 2019 - CDC
Fact sheets from MA Dept of Public Health in Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Creole & Vietnamese
Additional information from US National Library of Medicine in French, Arabic and Russian
CDC Travel Advisory