Health Update

  • As health conditions continue to improve, we must remain cognizant of proper protocols and practice. From the MDHHS:

    Based on current conditions and low numbers of new COVID-19 cases, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is updating its COVID-19 Isolation & Quarantine guidance for Michigan residents, including for school settings.

    A few key takeaways:

    1. The MDHHS says Michigan is in a recovery phase, and the new isolation and quarantine guidance is specific to the current post-surge recovery phase.

    2. In October 2020, then Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director, Robert Gordon, issued an epidemic order  that required all schools to publicly post confirmed school-associated cases of COVID-19. Today, MDHHS has rescinded this order.

    3. Non-vaccinated students no longer have to quarantine. Rather, it is only necessary to use our daily screener and monitor for symptoms. Please follow, use this screener with fidelity.

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  • COVID-19 School Mitigation Plan

    COVID-19 School Mitigation Plan

    Approved October 13, 2020
    Trenton Public Schools COVID-19 Mitigation Plan meets the standards of the mitigation measures as detailed in the MI Safe Schools: Michigan’s 2020-2021 Return to School Roadmap.

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TPS Protocols & Procedures


    • TPS will continue to use our multi-layered mitigation strategies (cleaning, disinfecting, hand washing, etc.) so that we may continue providing in person learning. Moreover, we will continue to work diligently to keep our staff and students healthy and modify our practices as our data dictates.

    • Masks are not mandatory to attend school K-12. 

    • Any student or staff member who prefers to wear a face mask inside a school building or elsewhere on school grounds may continue to do so.
    • Well-fitting masks are also still required for anyone returning from quarantine less than 10 days after their exposure. Those unable or unwilling to wear a mask need to complete the full 10 day quarantine at home.


    As a result of the CDC removing the face mask requirement on school buses, TPS will follow suit.

    • Though personnel from both Dean Transportation and Trenton Public Schools encourage the use of masks/face coverings, it is not a requirement for travel.
    • Additionally, should your child need a mask, we will have masks available.
    • Please review this new information with your children prior to pick up tomorrow morning along with the need to be respectful, responsible, and safe.
    • This will be our practice until further notice.

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  • COVID-19 Preparedness & Response Plan
    For Lower and Medium Exposure Risk Employers ONLY

    The following COVID-19 preparedness & response plan has been established for Trenton Public Schools in accordance with MIOSHA Emergency Rules for Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

    The purpose of this plan is to minimize or eliminate employee exposure to SARS-CoV-2.   Continue....