At-Home Educational Resources
- Social Emotional Learning
- Practice Mental Health - Do 1 thing in every circle, everyday
- Talking to Children About Covid-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource
- Speech Therapy
- List of Ideas for Being Home with Kids
- Learn At Home Resources
- Detroit Zoo - Virtual Vitamin Z
- Virtual Field Trips
- More Virtual Field Trips
- Science Experiments to try at home
Television Resources - Parents are encouraged to use their best judgment selecting a show for their Children
- 150+ Educational YouTube Channels
- 150+ Educational shows to stream on Netflix
- 100+ Educational shows on Amazon Prime
- 130+ Educational shows on Hulu
Instructional Resources for TEACHERS
- Mount Clemens Food Service will provide meals at these locations:
- Mount Clemens High School / Middle School (155 Cass Ave., Mount Clemens, MI 48043)
- Seminole Academy (1500 Mulberry St., Mount Clemens, MI 48043)
- Pick up times are 10:30am to 1:30pm. Four meals will be available on Mondays and Wednesdays. Two meals will be available on Fridays. In an effort to practice social distancing, a staff member will provide the number of meals requested on a cart to take. Meals will be available near the designated Meet Up and Eat Up signs.
- Free Food Resources
EveryoneOn is a national nonprofit that creates social and economic opportunities by connecting everyone to the internet. Since 2012, EveryoneOn has facilitated access to affordable technology solutions--in-home internet service, desktops and laptops--and free digital literacy training through their offer locator tool, cross-sector partnerships, and local programming efforts. Please note, while normally our recommended first stop in learning about available options and offerings, they are currently unable to maintain their search for offers listings based on changing Internet Service Providers’ (ISPs) offers during this time period. They suggest visiting http://bit.ly/digcltisp, which houses links to offers by various ISPs.
Some known local area ISPs and their most recent offers as well as information about Lifeline are listed below
AT&T (Click Here) or call: 855-220-5211
Comcast (Click Here) or call: 855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376)
Comcast has recently increased the speeds of its Internet Essentials home internet service from 15/2 Mbps to 25/3 Mbps. Additionally, eligible households who enroll now will be provided with free service for their first 60 days. More information can be viewed at https://corporate.comcast.com/press/releases/internet-essentials-low-income-broadband-coronavirus-pandemic. As a reminder, Internet Essentials provides a $9.95 per month home internet service exclusively to low-income households.
Comcast is also making its Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots free for anyone to use. Millions of the hotspots are scattered throughout the country; you can find hotspot locations at wifi.xfinity.com.
Lifeline is a federal benefit that lowers the monthly cost of phone or internet service. Lifeline typically provides up to a $9.25 monthly discount on service for eligible low-income subscribers. Subscribers may receive a Lifeline discount on either a wireline or a wireless service, but they may not receive a discount on both services at the same time. Lifeline also supports broadband Internet access service and broadband-voice bundles. To apply for Lifeline, a consumer must use the National Verifier application system at: https://nationalverifier.service-now.com/lifeline. Once the National Verifier has confirmed your eligibility to receive Lifeline service, you may then select a service provider
Sprint (Click Here) or call: 877-878-9359
Sprint and T-Mobile are supporting current customers by:
Spectrum is offering FREE Internet Access to qualifying homes with student or teachers call 1-844-488-8398 to enroll.
Limited time offer; subject to change. Two (2) free months Internet and WiFi service available to households with students or teachers requiring remote education or instruction at the service address. Valid to qualified residential customers who have not subscribed to Internet services within the previous 30 days and have no outstanding obligation to Charter. Free months will be applied as a bill credit. Offer applies to speeds up to 200 Mbps.
MDHHS Pathways to Potential Success Coaches Mark Heitman and Holly Edleston will be available to students and families during the school closures. We will be available by the phone numbers and emails listed below Monday-Friday 8:30am-4pm. While we will not physically be in the schools, any families/students can contact us and anything that cannot be handled via phone or email, we can make arrangements to meet on a case by case basis. We want to continue to be able to support the families and students of Mt. Clemens Community Schools with any resources that we can during this time.
Henry Ford Health Clinic will be offering services via Telehelp. If you are in need of medical assistance you can call:
Tanesha Lowery / (313) 953-2483 / Family Nurse Practitioner,
Laura / 586-307-4901 / Therapist.
Nurse Triage Line / 844-262-1949 / Recommendations for Treatment and/or Care
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) - What You Should Know!
- District Directory - Parents are encouraged to email staff, but can still call the main office of all of our buildings:
- King Academy - (586) 461 - 3100
- Seminole Academy - (586) 461 - 3900
- Mount Clemens Middle School (586) 461 - 3300
- Mount Clemens High School - (586) 461 - 3400
- Curriculum Office - (586) 461 - 3763
- Community and Parent Letter 3-12-2020