Concord Schools will be open tomorrow!! We are very grateful to our ISD team which worked around the clock to restore our key systems literally in record time- phones, heat, and security will be up and ready to go. With that, we will be operating with limited systems. Students and staff will not be able to access devices, email, PowerSchool, and/or google drive tomorrow. Each group of the school community will be notified when their device and accounts can be restored. They should not attempt to do so until that time. As these ancillary systems are restored, we will send out a notification. All contact to district staff must be done through the office phone systems. We want to thank our students, families and employees for doing their part in the ongoing recovery and we appreciate your patience and understanding. We understand there may be additional questions surrounding this incident, however the investigation into the incident remains ongoing. The ISD will continue to focus on our restoration efforts and we will provide additional updates as appropriate.
Concord Schools will, unfortunately, remain closed on Wednesday, November 16. While the ISD has made tremendous progress on our restoration efforts since our last update, we still have some work to do to ensure every system is safe and secure before bringing them back online. The security of our learning environment is a top priority and any attempt to rush this process could unfortunately put our networks at additional risk.
Concord Schools will be closed again tomorrow. The network outage is continuing to impact our operating systems and the ISD will need more time to restore those systems safely. We continue to ask our students and staff to not use their school devices. As we have more information, we will share it with you.
We are currently experiencing a network outage. We will be closing school tomorrow. This is a day off school work; the ISD is working hard to get things up and running. Please refrain from using your school devices. All systems are down. As soon as we have an update we will be sure to share it with you.
Dear families, We have a shortage of bus drivers tomorrow morning Tuesday, October 4th; therefore, we will be combining some bus routes. ROUTES 2, 3, AND 4 WILL BE IMPACTED. Please see the attached schedule with updated pick-up information. This change is for tomorrow morning only. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, and in advance, we appreciate your patience. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hA22XSQ35siEae_0fK6xrRJNOo53vY4E/view?usp=sharing
The power is back on! We had a fuse blow on a power line. The schools will be open tomorrow. Thank you everyone for helping us get our Yellowjackets home safely today. We appreciated your patience and understanding.
The crew has assessed the situation and unfortunately, we have no timeline for when we will have power back on. Therefore, WE WILL DISMISS STUDENTS AT 10:30. The buses will be dropping students off 25-30 minutes earlier than the half-day schedule used last week on Wednesday. If you need to reach the office, please use the numbers below. HS call 517-414-9629 ES/MS 517-581-2445 or 248-497-0214 Administrative 616-485-1372
It is FOOD TRUCK WEEKEND!!! Tomorrow 3-7 at the Cascades Events Center (due to a conflict with the Chuck King Invitational at CHS) 1404 Rowan Street Jackson, MI 49203. While you are there, check out this week's edition of The BUZZ for the recap on Decision Day, Prom, the new PE unit, and the Moore Math Marathon!! https://www.smore.com/kjp8b
This week's edition of The BUZZ is full of gratitude!! We are thankful for our community, staff, and students!!! https://www.smore.com/9gahc
The BUZZ is bursting with sweet news!! You will find our new commercial, coverage of our appearance on News 10 this morning, information on the bond and sports physicals, a link to the Jackson County Art Show, and much, much more. Enjoy the spring weather! https://www.smore.com/t7mrb
This edition of The BUZZ features several spectacular seniors, the start of the track season, and information on the 2022 Bond Proposal through a four-part video series. ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND!! https://www.smore.com/hd271
CONGRATULATIONS FULL METAL JACKETS FRC TEAM #5205!!! Their performance earned them ADVANCEMENT TO THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP!!! They will be heading to Saginaw Valley on Wednesday, April 13th, 2022 to compete against the top teams in the state. GO JACKETS!!!!!
The final quarter of the year has begun and we have many exciting and informational events planned for the spring. The Saturday edition of The BUZZ has the scoop on the robotics competition today, spring sports this week, the new parent advisory committee starting this week, THE FOOD TRUCK RALLY next Saturday, and Bond 2022 informational events. Enjoy your weekend! https://www.smore.com/ts85q
The final quarter of the year has begun, and we have many exciting and informational events planned for the spring. The Saturday edition of The BUZZ has the scoop on the robotics competition today, spring sports this week, the new parent advisory committe starting this week, THE FOOD TRUCK RALLY next Saturday, and Bond 2022 informational events. Enjoy your weekend! https://www.smore.com/ts85q
It's finally spring break!!! I hope you relax and read this edition of The BUZZ!!! It has information about a new Parent Advisory Committee forming in April, showcases the super readers in the month of March, and contains the Winter Atheltic Blog. https://www.smore.com/nyvfp
Did you know one of Concord's Alumni is a stuntman in LA? This edition of The BUZZ has all the details PLUS pictures from the 4th Grade Wax Museum and superheroes invading the K-8 cafeteria. Have a wonderful weekend! https://www.smore.com/6bke90
The BUZZ this week features Kindergarten RoundUp, a big district battle, and some information on the incredible PTO events happening next week. LET'S GO CONCORD!!!! https://www.smore.com/qv4k9-the-buzz
Check out this BUZZ!! Boys districts begin next week, kindergarten round up is coming soon, and the Reading Month grand prize was revealed!! https://www.smore.com/mhnju
On Friday, February 25, 2022, the CDC and JCHD updated their public transportation masking mandate. The guidance now makes wearing masks on buses optional. Therefore, beginning Monday, February 28th, masks will be optional on our busses for students that have not been exposed to or tested positive for COVID-19 in the last ten days. While the risk of COVID-19 is currently low, it does not mean we are out of the woods, and as we have seen, things can change quickly. However, we hope this is a big step in the right direction. Further, the masking protocol has not changed for a student that has been exposed or tested positive for COVID-19. Those students are still required to wear masks on the bus and at school according to the JCHD recommended guidelines. Please contact the office if you have any questions.
This week's edition of The BUZZ shatters expectations!!! Our middle school and high school robotics teams earned top honors at the Consumers Energy Robotics Fair, Random Acts of Kindness Week spread all kinds of joy, and the fifth-grade camp was incredible!!!! #ONEHIVE https://www.smore.com/4qw0m