Davison schools unveil Distance Learning Plan

Details to be posted to district website once approved by GISD

DAVISON — The Davison Community Schools Distance Learning plan begins April 14 and will be posted on the website once it is approved by the Genesee Intermediate School District.

For families that need a device for online learning who can access an internet browser, they are asked to complete a form, found at forms.gle/TKUHXCRAJhmPSJLL6.

The district will be making Chromebooks available for checkout. Each family in need will receive one Chromebook per household. Devices must be returned at the end of the state-mandated shutdown period and parents will be responsible for signing a user agreement upon checkout. Families that complete the form will be contacted with further information and instructions. For families lacking internet access, Spectrum (Charter), Xfinity (Comcast) and AT&T are offering free internet access for 60 days to households with students.

Some of these companies are also temporarily halting shut-offs and late fees for existing customers. Please note that the District is merely providing this information as a courtesy and does not have any involvement with these providers or the conditions for service.

Details: Spectrum: 844- 488-8395; Xfinity: 855- 846-8376; and AT&T: 855 220 5211.

Student usernames and passwords can be found in the ParentVUE app/ website in the Student Info section under Additional Information. This is the information that should be used to login to the Chromebook.

The District will continue to provide supplemental learning packets for those desiring hard copy materials. They will be available each week on Mondays at our Food Distribution sites and during the week at the Cardinal Center (in the plastic bin under the canopy).

Links to the grade-level packets will also continue to be available online. — G.G.