Coronavirus Updates

The school is committed to ensuring access to that mission and education, even during the difficult circumstances presented by COVID-19. Our plan will be executed in a purposeful manner, placing the health and safety of students, families, and employees at the forefront.  We believe that fidelity to our plan will help mitigate  the spread of COVID-19 in our community while keeping individuals safe, engaged, and learning.  We approach this planning process with the understanding that circumstances can change rapidly during this health crisis and any change in plans will be based on new information and guidance from health authorities and any health mandates.

Current safety and hybrid learning procedures are available in the Student Handbook and Back to School Night presentation. Please contact the Front Office for any additional questions at 414-645-1060.
For reliable information about COVID-19 and Coronavirus please consult the Centers for Disease Control  and Department of Health Services Information:
  • Ayuda Mutua MKE – Facebook group which provides community updates around the Coronavirus, as well as detailed information regarding donations and other social supports.
  • Care for Your Coronavirus Anxiety – Free meditations, expert advice, and more on taking care of your mental health during the pandemic.
  • Child Care Information for Essential Workers – The Department of Children and Family Services in Wisconsin is working to provide all essential workers child care.
  • Coping in Hard Times: Fact Sheet for Parents – A guide to supporting yourself and your family when your family’s financial situation changes due to something like the Coronavirus.
  • Imagine Neighborhood Podcast – The podcast episode on the Coronavirus helps parents and children together have a conversation about what is going on, and how children may be feeling about it.
  • NCTSN Games and Activities – Simple, free games and activities that children, adolescents, and parents can play together while at home during this quarantine – almost none of which involve a screen!
  • NCTSN Guide for Families – Available in English and Spanish, The National Child Traumatic Stress Network has created this guide for parents to use when supporting children of different ages.
  • The Child Mind Institute – The Child Mind Institute, has excellent tips on how to keep your child feeling nurtured and safe during an unpredictable time.