I first want to begin by thanking everyone for their patience and support during the day today. I know
that these situations cause increased concern, and we appreciate your understanding during this
On Saturday, October 2nd, the Tawas Marching Braves took the field in Hastings, Michigan, at the 30th Annual Hastings Marching Invitational. Tawas took 2nd Place in Class C with a score of 78.4, and an award for Best Music in Class C. They had an excellent performance and represented Tawas very well!
Seniors Olivia Morand and Marleigh Moeller made and served guacamole to the sixth grade Spanish rotation, as everyone celebrated Mexican Independence Day (September 16th) and Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15th-October 15th).
The state is committed to ensuring Michigan students and educators are as safe as
possible in the classroom. This guidance will help K-12 schools maintain in-person
learning by outlining mitigation strategies when students are exposed to another student
infected with COVID-19. When layered prevention strategies such as masking, distancing,
testing, isolation and quarantine are applied consistently, school-associated transmission
of COVID-19 is significantly reduced.
Updated information from the release of this letter on August 27, 2021. This
update will provide you with our plans as of today, which may change should we receive
public health orders from CDC, MDHHS, MIOSHA, and/or DHD2. Athletics will adhere to
rules set forth by MDHHS and MHSAA.